Kim Kardashian’s Daughter North West Being Hailed As ‘Art Prodigy’

Kim Kardashian’s Daughter North West Being Hailed As ‘Art Prodigy’ TikTok/@KimandNorth

North West may only be nine years old, but she’s already being hailed as an art prodigy thanks to her impressive drawing and painting skills. The oldest daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West has shared several of her drawings on TikTok and Instagram, leading fans to proclaim her brilliance.

North West’s most recent work of art was a portrait of Ice Spice. Kim was incredibly proud of her daughter and shared the art on social media. Fans immediately went nutso, unable to believe just how good North really is.

“Is north west like??? an art prodigy?? or are they faking?” one person asked.

Is North West truly capable of such good art?


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Some people think North is so good, it can’t possibly really be her behind the art. Back in 2021, Kim shared an oil painting done by North that was pretty advanced for a 7-year-old. Many accused her of faking her daughter’s skills. However, Kim insisted North was the real deal.

“My daughter and her best friend have been taking a serious oil painting class where their talents and creativity are being encouraged and nurtured,” Kardashian wrote in a rebuttal. “North worked incredibly hard on her painting which took several weeks to complete…As a proud mom, I wanted to share her work with everyone.”

However, it shouldn’t be all that hard to believe that North West is good at art. After all, her father is one of the best producers of his time (despite recent troubles). It stands to reason that with a private tutor and some natural aptitude, she’d get good pretty quickly. It’s totally understandable, I think.

As one fan wrote: “How dare you see children doing awesome things and then try to accuse them of NOT being awesome?! … Please stop embarrassing yourselves with the negativity and allow every child to be GREAT!!!”

Featured image: TikTok/@KimandNorth

Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.