World’s top ten most expensive paintings auction
auction world up to paintings which deputy? Highest prices in many well-known painter who works in the auction? Recently, the famous French painter Gauguin’s postmodern one called “You when to get married? “paintings sold at high prices to $ 300 million, setting a record deal paintings, and this is probably the most expensive work of art of paintings.
It is understood that bought “When you get married?” The painting is Qatar’s royal family, other information is unknown. Here we work together to which the highest auction price of paintings inventory bar.
auction world’s top ten most expensive paintings
First: Gauguin (Paul Gauguin) “When did you get married? “(When Will You Marry?)
When did you get married?
” When did you get married? “Gauguin creation in 1892, the painting two Tahitian women, originally owned by a Swiss collector. Recently traded at $ 300 million, setting a record auction price of the most expensive works of art.
Second: – Paul Cezanne (Paul Cézanne) “who play cards” (The Card Players)
play Solitaire’s (the Card Players)
about painting completed in 1893, to $ 259 million deal. It is reported that the deal is the recent buyers in the art market is quite active in the Qatari royal family. (Price adjusted: 274 million US dollars)
Third: Picasso (Pablo Picasso) “Dream” (Le Rêve)
Picasso’s famous painting “dream” has sold 155 million dollars of high-priced, ranked third (tuneAfter the whole price: 158 million US dollars)
Fourth: Francis Bacon (Francis Bacon) “Freud portrait assignments” (Three Studies of Lucian Freud)
Freud portrait assignments
British painter Francis Bacon’s “Freud portrait assignments” after a fierce contested final triptych for $ 142 million sold at high prices, ranking fourth (price adjusted: 145 million US dollars)
fifth: • Jackson Pollock (Jackson Pollock) “1948 No. 5” (No. 5, 1948 )
No. 5, 1948
is ranked fifth in the American painter Jackson Pollock • the creation of “1948 No. 5, “the painting on November 3, 2006 by the Mexican financial tycoon David • Martinez bought for $ 140 million (adjusted price: 165 million US dollars)
sixth: William – Germany – Kooning (Willem de Kooning) “woman III” (woman III)
works from Dutch American painter William • Germany • Kooning’s “woman III”, which is the third piece he created between 1951-1953 in six “women” series of paintings, in November 2006 for $ 137 million resale prices (price adjusted: 162 million US dollars)
seventh: Gustav – Klimt (Gustav Klimt) “portrait of Mrs. Bauer” (Portrait of Adele Bloch- bauer I)
Portrait of Mrs. Bauer
• Austrian painter Gustav Klimt “portrait of Mrs. Bauer’s” 1907 2006 private transactions of $ 135 million ( adjusted price: 158 million US dollars)
eighth: Edward – Munch (Edvard Munch) “Scream” (the Scream)
• Norwegian artist Edvard Munch’s masterpiece “the Scream” for $ 119.9 million in New York transaction (price adjusted: 124 million US dollars)
ninth: Gusi Pei – Jones (Jasper Johns) “flag” (Flag)
American painter Gu Sipei • Jones “banner” auction for $ 110 million (adjusted price: $ 120 million)
tenth: Picasso (Pablo Picasso) “nude, Green Leaves and bust” (nude, Green Leaves and bust)
nude, Green Leaves and bust
in 1932 Picasso’s “nude, Green Leaves and bust” Although not his best work, but the auction price of $ 106 million in 2010. Ranked tenth (price adjusted: 116 million US dollars)
Picasso paintings had the highest auction price of less than $ 107 million for May 2010 record. The painting titled “Nude, Green Leaves and Bust”, and “Dream” with the 1932 creation. “Dream” and “Nude, Green Leaves and Bust,” the actress is Picasso’s lover Marie Walter.