After 6 bidders competed for more than 8 minutes, Claude Monet’s Meules is the most valuable Impressionist work of art sold at auction. The painting achieved …


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  1. 44x the estimate?, you're telling me that they thought it would go for around $2-$3 million?, sounds like someone's put the decimal point in the wrong place.

  2. abowl of free antique porcelain witness agreat history . one the day that europe was under ottman control
    especially the village of victoria in slovenia .where the piece is made in the 17 th century . bringing to gether the civilizations of east and west in writing the name of ( victoria) with kofi typing and with the slovanian language .stamped with crescent and artist name ( ctelmog lovanai )
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  3. That's a lot of Monet! It went high because there were so Manet bidders. Maybe it was a busy Cezanne for art auctions. After the $110.7 million bid, nobody wanted to Gauguin.
    The buyers did not want to see their van Gogh home empty. Degas running the auction was having fun, though. The loser was Matisse-ore about it.

    Okay, okay, I'll stop! Put the gun down!

  4. I always wonder what the people are the phones are talking about with the buyers they represent. "It's at $61m, do you want me to bid $62m or not?" I mean, don't these buyers just tell their rep in advance what their max bid is? As the reps reading the room and strategizing or something?

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