d’Ingres” (Ingres’s Violin). The print was estimated to fetch between five and seven million dollars. However, it has exceeded all expectations and reached around two times the estimate. The iconic photo was sold for $12.4 million, which is an absolute record. This makes it the most expensive photo ever to be sold at an auction.
Man Ray’s “Le Violon d’Ingres” soon to become the most expensive photo ever sold
Man Ray’s “Le Violon d’Ingres” (Ingres’s Violin) is one of the most iconic photos of the early 20th century. And soon, it could also become the most expensive photo ever sold.
Christie’s is soon to hold an auction where the famous photo will be sold. According to the estimate, it could reach as much as the whopping $7 million – the highest estimate of any single photo in auction history!
Museum of Modern Arts puts these iconic photos up for sale
Starting this month, the Museum of Modern Art is putting up over 400 prints from their collection up for sale. Among these photos, there will be iconic prints of Man Ray, Ansel Adams and Henri Cartier-Bresson. If you have deep pockets, you’ll have a chance to have one of them in a series of auctions, and some of them are expected to reach up to $300,000.
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