One in all Claude Monet’s iconic work of haystacks fetched a record-breaking $110.7 million at an public sale on Tuesday in New York.
Monet’s “Meules” bought at Sotheby’s sale of Impressionist & Trendy Artwork Tuesday evening.
Based on the public sale home, it is a world public sale document for the artist and the primary work of Impressionist artwork to ever cross the $100 million threshold at public sale.
The 1890 portray is certainly one of solely 4 works from Monet’s acclaimed “Haystacks” collection to come back to public sale this century, and certainly one of solely eight examples remaining in personal fingers.
The collection of work, accomplished over the course of a 12 months, is understood for the way in which that Monet depicted comparable topics altering over time in several seasons and with completely different climate.
The 17 others reside at museums, together with the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork and the Artwork Institute of Chicago. Nonetheless, the biggest collections are on the Musée d’Orsay and the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris.
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The earlier homeowners had bought the portray in 1986 for $2.53 million. Sotheby’s didn’t present any particulars on the brand new purchaser.
The Related Press contributed to this report.