Masters Week 2017 in Review: Records, Results and Celebrations

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The 2017 Masters Week sale series resulted in $41.9M of sales, led by a newly-discovered work by Sir Peter Paul Rubens, a selection of spectacular J.M.W. Turner water colours, and important medieval sculptures including a martyrdom altarpiece sold for $1.3 million. Eleven artist records were set, including standout works by Willem Drost and Adam de Coster. Look back on our week of great art and entertainment to commemorate the sales. 

Masters Week 2017 in Review: Records, Results and Celebrations

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