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Several paintings have been attributed to Frank Zappa. They mostly date from his school days and teenage years.

One such piece was seen on History Detectives a television show about American History. In 2012, they examined a collage that a collector bought in a South Carolina thrift shop. The artwork was an image of a drum store. Struck by the piece and its "F.Z." signature, a collector, Edward Lewis, suspected that it might be the work of Frank Zappa.[1] History Detectives offered evidence that this was a Zappa piece, but could not definitively prove it. Nonetheless, they estimated the collage, for which Lewis paid $5, to be worth $25,000.[2]


See:

http://www.united-mutations.com/z/frank_zappa/fz_odd.htm

References

  1. Frank Zappa collage on History Detectices [1]
  2. Transcript of show (PDF) [2]