RESULTS: ART CONTEMPORAIN - Paris, 4-5 June 2013

Paris

Lots vendus : 147

Total: €25.151.375/£21.504.426/$32.865.302

     85% par lot

Nombre de lots : 172

£0.8550= €1 / $1.3067=€1

    92% en valeur

 

Lot  

Description

Estimation (€)

Prix Réalisé

Acheteur

9

FRANCIS BACON (1909-1992)
Painting March 1985
Peint en 1985

4.000.000 – 6.000.000

€3.681.500

£3.147.683

$4.810.616

Marchand européen

21

JOAN MITCHELL (1925-1992)
Before, Again III
Peint en 1985

1.500.000 – 2.000.000

€2.169.500

£1.854.923

$2.834.886

Collectionneur américain

7

PIERRE SOULAGES (NÉ EN 1919)
Peinture 130 x 89 cm, 8 septembre 1965

Peint en 1965

450.000 – 650.000

€2.001.500

£1.711.283

$2.615.360

Collectionneur américain

14

KAZUO SHIRAGA (1924-2008)
Chiretsusei Katsusemba

Peint en 1961

450.000 – 650.000

€1.665.500

£1.424.003

$2.176.309

Anonyme

38

FERNANDO BOTERO (NÉ EN 1932)
Femme sur un cheval
Réalisée en 2002

700.000 – 900.000

€1.201.500

£1.027.283

$1.570.000

Collectionneur asiatique

8

NICOLAS DE STAËL (1914-1955)
Rouge et noir

Peint en 1950

600.000 – 800.000

€841.500

£719.483

$1.099.588

Collectionneur américain

4

JEAN FAUTRIER (1898-1964)
All alone

Peint en 1957

350.000 – 450.000

€649.500

£555.323

$848.702

Marchand européen

10

ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)
Jackie

Peint en 1964

500.000 – 700.000

€601.500

£514.283

$785.980

Marchand européen

20

MARIA HELENA VIEIRA DA SILVA (1908-1992)
Cité obscure

Peint en 1967

300.000 – 500.000

€601.500

£514.283

$785.980

Collectionneur européen

3

DAMIEN HIRST (NÉ EN 1965)
All You Need Is Love

Réalisé en 2006

400.000 – 600.000

€469.500

£401.423

$613.496

Collectionneur Amérique du Sud

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