All eyes were on London this February, as some of the world’s most valuable Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art came to auction in the city’s major auction houses. With $307.1 million in total sales – and 7 of the top 10 prices – Sotheby’s was the clear market leader for the second year in a row. With confidence and discernment, buyers from around the world enthusiastically bid 48 artworks above the $1 million mark - proving the continuing demand for exceptional art from all periods. Click ahead for the highlights.
Picasso, Freud, Basquiat & More Unveiled Ahead of London Sales
How a Jackson Pollock Photograph Inspired Peter Doig
A James Dean-Era Mercury & Iconic Ford Cars from the Company’s Former Director
The 97-Year-Old Reunited with her WW2-Looted Masterpiece
The Whimsical Ceramics Inspired by Pablo Picasso's Pet Owl
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