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10 Weirdest Pieces of Art from Oprah's Auction

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Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 2:39 PM

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click to enlarge Painting by Cynthia Janet White - PHOTO: JENNIFER SWANN
  • Photo: Jennifer Swann
  • Painting by Cynthia Janet White

4. This 1992 painting by L.A. artist Cynthia Janet White

The subjects mostly have theirs backs to the viewer -- but are they giving us the thumbs up sign?

click to enlarge Drawing of Oprah Winfrey - PHOTO: JENNIFER SWANN
  • Photo: Jennifer Swann
  • Drawing of Oprah Winfrey

3. This pencil drawing of Oprah

It seems to have been made around 1994 judging by the hairdo, which resembles Jennifer Aniston's "Rachel" cut.

click to enlarge Oprah drawing by M. Herman - PHOTO: JENNIFER SWANN
  • Photo: Jennifer Swann
  • Oprah drawing by M. Herman

2. This pastel-colored portrait of Oprah

The hair, once again, is the focus of the image. We'd be willing to wager that this iconic hairstyle and pink turtleneck look dates back to the late 1980s.

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