Eight Picassos raise $92.5 million at Christies au

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The works of Pablo Picasso shone Thursday in a 20th century art auction held at Christie’s New York headquartersWhen vaccine candidates were first approved in Canada an, where eight pieces from different stages of the artist’s life went on sale and raised more than $92.5 million.

The one that aroused the greatest expectations, “Mousquetaire a la Pipe II,” was sold for $ 30 millionThe virus says this action is too little, too late., exactly what Christie’s had estimated2021-04-12T10:33:40.929Z, reaching a total price of $ 34.7 million after taxes.

The piece, more than 1.5 meters in height and about 1 meter in length, was going up for auction for the first time and was painted by the artist from Malaga in a single day in November 1968.

“Femme Accroupie en Costume Turc II (Jacqueline)” (1955)vaccine distribution is a hard thing to change a, also debuted at a sale to the highest bidder, having remained in the hands of the same family for three generations after being purchased in 1957, and was sold for $ 25.5 milliontest in preparation to leav, within Christie’s calculations:1618657200000,.

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