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Anatomy of an Auction

ANATOMY OF AN AUCTION IMPRESSIONIST/MODERN EVENING SALE, LONDON TUESDAY 21 JUNE 2011 CHRISTIE'S TOTAL NUMBER OF WORKS: 92 TOTAL NUMBER OF ARTISTS: 48 TYPES OF WORKS (MEDIA/MATERIALS) WORKS PER ARTIST: FURNITURE (2)- PICASSO (14) LÉGER (4) OTHERS (2) DRAWINGS (2) MONET (4) KLEE (3) PRINTS (4) OILS ON CANVAS (54) KANDINSKY (3) OTHERS CERAMICS (4)- - MAGRITTE (3) SCULPTURE (9)- RENOIR (3) SISLEY (3) VARIOUS PIGMENTS JAWLENSKY (3) ON PAPER (15) PISSARRO (3) TOTAL NUMBER OF WORKS AUCTIONED: 92 MINIMUM ESTIMATED (80 WORKS): TOTAL NUMBER OF WORKS SOLD: 80 £80,337,000 NOT SOLD- MAXIMUM ESTIMATED (80 WORKS): 115,619,000 SOLD TOTAL AMOUNT RAISED (80 WORKS): O £140,019,200 Picasso's Seated Woman, Blue Robe was the most expensive work auctioned on the 21 of June, 2011. It was sold, 3x than the average amount estimated by Christie's, for: £17,961,250 Another Picasso's work Nude, Green Leaves and Bust is the most expensive painting ever sold at an auction. It was sold in New York in 2010 for $ 106.5m or about £65,500,000 60 cm ERNST BEYELER'S DESK (ESTIMATED AVERAGE): SOLD FOR: £10,000 £289,250 29x more 241 cm Research & Design: George Primentas | Additional Research: Klairi Angelou © 2011 - George Primentas / ANTIFORMA Design | http://themissinggraph.wordpress.com Source: Christie's, BBC

Anatomy of an Auction

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In this infographic we present interesting facts from an auction that took place at Christie's, London on Tuesday, 21 June 2011, with Impressionist and Modern artists' works of art.

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