Four Andy Warhol paintings – including “Liz #5″, a portrait of Elizabeth Taylor – was sold for multi million dollars at the Contemporary Art auction by Phillips de Pury & Company in New York on May 12.
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Roy Lichtenstein’s work “Ohhh…Alright…” sells for a record $42,642,500 at Christie’s Post-war and Contemporary Evening Sale on Nov 10, 2010.
Plenty of Warhol, Duchamp, Koons, Richter, Pollock and others were also sold, many in the million dollar range so we’ll have a dedicated post for those soon.
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Another stunning watch sale by Christie’s. A platinum Patek Philippe watch was sold for $602,500 on June 16 in New York.
Yes, that’s right. Over $106 million. By an anonymous bidder. It’s over 100 times more than what we should write about here on this blog, but it is such a stunning auction event that we had to share it. So here it goes:
Pablo Picasso’s painting: “Nude, Green Leaves and Bust” sold for $106,482,500 by Christie’s at the “Property from the Collection of Mrs. Sidney F. Brody” auction on May 4. There were other stunning sales but this one clearly stands out.
At Christie’s auction of the “Jewels: The New York Sale” over a dozen jewelry pieces were sold above the million dollar range including “The Catherine The Great Emerald Brooch” which was sold for $1,650,500 (pictured above)