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Blue & Rose Period oil paintings by Pablo Picasso for sale, also for sale Gemmaux (Glass Art) by Picasso.
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Women of Algiers (painted on Valentine’s Day, 1955) $179.3m
Picasso’s Women of Algiers has become the most expensive painting to sell at auction, going for $160m (£102.6m) at Christie’s in New York.Eleven minutes of prolonged bidding from telephone buyers preceded the final sale – for much more than its pre-sale estimate of $140m.The final price of $179.3m (£115m) includes commission of just over 12%.
The buyer of of Women of Algiers (Version O) is a Sheik Hamad of Qatar.Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, the former Qatari prime minister, is said to have paid the vast sum at the auction at Christie’s in New York.The New York Post reported the billionaire was the phone bidder who beat other rivals after 11 minutes at the frenetic sale.
The picture was last bought in 1997 for a client by London art dealer Libby Howie for $31.9 million from American collectors Victor and Sally Ganz. Howie is understood to have played a part in last night’s sale although Christie’s would not comment on her involvement.
in 2013, the auction house set an $85 million price tag on a Francis Bacon triptych, “Three Studies of Lucian Freud,” and wound up selling it to casino developer Elaine Wynn for a record $142.4 million.
‘To me there is no past or future in my art,’ wrote Pablo Picasso in 1923. ‘If a work of art cannot live always in the present it must not be considered at all. The art of the Greeks, of the Egyptians, of the great painters who lived in other times, is not an art of the past; perhaps it is more alive today than it ever was…’
Le Reve (1932)
Le Rêve English: The Dream Artist Pablo Picasso
Private sale Price: $155 million in April 2013 Picasso’s mistress Marie-Therese Walter forms the subject of this expensive Picasso painting. The artist captures his muse asleep on a chair a scene that is repeated in another painting from the same series, La Lecture. Picasso was 50 at the time; Marie-Therese was 24. It is believed that Picasso painted the piece within a single afternoon on 24 January 1932. The painting is famous for its erotic content, as well as for an accident that occurred in 2006. In November 1997, the painting became the sixth most expensive painting ever sold when it fetched $48.4 million at a Christie’s auction. By 2006, then owner Steve Wynn was planning to sell the painting for nearly thrice the 1997 amount $139 million. Unfortunately, while showing the painting to friends, Wynn accidentally put an arm through the painting, thereby lowering its value to $85 million. He took the accident as a sign not to sell the artwork. La Reve” was sold to Steven Cohen in a private sale.
Nude, Green Leaves And Bust (1932) $106.5 million
French: Nu au Plateau de Sculpteur
Artist Pablo Picasso Year 1932
Type Oil on canvas Dimensions 162 cm × 130 cm (64 in × 51 in)
Location Private collection (Currently on long-term loan to Tate Modern)
Auction House: Christies Price: $106.5 million in May 2010 It also holds the enviable distinction of being the most expensive painting to ever be sold at an auction. The painting depicts Picasso’s famous mistress and muse Marie-Therese Walter. A nude Marie-Therese sprawls across the bottom half of the painting, while her bust (a sculpture that Picasso had created in 1931) adorns a pedestal. The leaves are of a philodendron or love tree, a fast-growing plant that Picasso had in his own home. A closer look reveals Picasso’s lips emerging from behind a veil. Painted within a single day, the painting represents a rich phase of Picasso’s career. By this time, the artist had become very skilled in his art and had begun using symbolism. Back in 1952, art collectors Sidney and Frances Brody bought the artwork for a bargain price of $17,000. The painting remained in the Brody collection until May 2010, when it fetched $106.5 million at a Christie’s auction. The painting is widely rumored to be part of Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich’s art collection.
Garcon A La Pipe (1905) $104 million
Garçon à la pipe English: Boy with a Pipe
Artist Pablo Picasso Year 1905 Type Oil on canvas Dimensions 100 cm × 81.3 cm (39.4 in × 32.0 in)
Location Private collection Geneva Switzerland ask me
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