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MUNCH'S PAINTING PROPELS SOTHEBY'S IMPRESSIONIST & MODERN ART SALE
15 November 2016
Category : MARKET

Edvard Munch's stunning Pikene på broen (Girls on the Bridge) from 1902 brought $54.5 million, making it the second-highest auction price for any work by the artist after The Scream and helping propel Sotheby's  Impressionist & Modern Art Evening sale total to $157.7 million on November 14 2016 in New York.

It was also a strong night for Pablo Picasso, whose large-scale painting Le Peintre et son modèle sold for $12.9 million, while his Tête de femme sold for $8.5 million, leading the evening's selection of sculpture.

Maurice de Vlaminck's Fauve landscape Le Verger sold for $7.6 million and László Moholy-Nagy's EM 1 Telephonbild sold for $6.1 million, a new record for the artist at auction while a vase of flowers (Vase aux Glaieuls) by Van Gogh fetched  $ 5,86 million and  and a  still life by Marc Chagall went for $ 4,73 million

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