Has even one artist deemed "major" willed his or her estate (art) to a charity that actually feeds children or other human beings?
I tend to intuitively think the answer is "No."
I think it would be awesome if there were all these Rothkos out there feeding third world nations, but I don't think it's so.
What if an artist only produced works to be sold exclusively for charity--and this artist were not a schlock artist.
Like what if Picasso had done that.
Artists are generally as selfish as everyone else.
I guess I shouldn't be surprised.