1 November 2011, New York
1 November 2011
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View works by Monet, Degas, Picasso, Magritte and more in our pre-sale exhibition, offered on 27 February in London in 20th Century Week
Why Christie’s Global President Jussi Pylkkänen considers this ‘one of the greatest Matisse paintings ever to come to the market’
Our dedicated online sale of prints by the Chinese-born French artist reveals how his styles and themes evolved across five decades
Discover how we’ve brought to life the mysterious world of this important, early Surrealist work from 1926 — offered in London on 27 February
Christie's realized a new world auction record for any single print sold at auction with the sale of Pablo Picasso’s La femme qui pleure, I, a drypoint, aquatint and etching on paper from 1938, which sold for $5,122,500 (£3,227,175/€3,739,425).
Max Ernst’s The Stolen Mirror, a Surrealist tour-de-force painting, which realized $16,322,500 (£10,283,175/€11,915,425), set a new artist record that more than tripled the artist’s previous record.