7 November 2012, New York, Rockefeller Plaza
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Rare masterpieces by Claude Monet, Wassily Kandinsky and Constantin Brancusi led the November 7 Evening Sale of Impressionist & Modern Art at Christie’s New York, realizing a grand total of $204,800,000 (£129,024,000/ €159,744,000). A diverse audience of clients from around the world participated in the sale, which achieved sell-through rates of 70% by lot and 80% by value. Of the 69 works offered, 5 lots sold for over $10 million, 10 for over $5 million and 31 for over $1 million.
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Price Realised USD 650,500
Bateaux de pêche, temps calme ...
Price Realised USD 2,098,500
La Place Saint-Augustin, temps ...
Price Realised USD 2,658,500
Tête de femme
Price Realised USD 5,234,500
Tête sans crâne
Price Realised USD 5,570,500
Portrait de femme
Price Realised USD 1,762,500
Gardeuse de vaches, Eragny
Price Realised USD 662,500
Price Realised USD 782,500
Hameau aux environs de Pontoise...
Price Realised USD 4,394,500
Régates (Deux bateaux à voiles)...
Price Realised USD 866,500
Femme auprès de la fenêtre
Price Realised USD 1,022,500
Price Realised USD 842,500
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