Spanish artist Pablo Picasso and French artist Fernand Lege’s abstract paintings are expected tens of millions of dollar at a London auction.
The statue - a brown quartzite head depicting King Tut - is scheduled to be auctioned off in July, and could generate more than $5 million, according to Christie's.
The shiny, faceless, stainless steel 104 cm high rabbit, regarded as one of the most celebrated works of 20th-century art, was sold for more than $20 million over its pre-sale estimate.
The sale at Sotheby's – the first time the work has come to auction since 1986 – marks one of the 10 highest prices ever seen at auction.
David Hockney's "Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)" shatters the world record for the most expensive work by a living artist sold at auction.
"Edmond de Belamy" is the brainchild of French collective Obvious, whose aim is to use artificial intelligence to democratise art.
Monet's "Nympheas en fleur," part of the impressionist's famed water-lily series inspired by his Giverny home, fetched $84.69 million at the evening sale.
The silkscreen print depicts the legendary musician in a pose from his 1960 Western movie "Flaming Star."
The painting smashed the world record for any work of art sold at auction. The buyer's name is not yet known.
The work by English artist John Constable could sell for more than a million dollars.
The Aurora Green diamond was sold at the Christie's Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels auction.
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