Quiz: Can you match the famous artwork with its price tag at auction?
"Three Studies of Lucian Freud," a three-panel painting by Francis Bacon, sold at Christie's for a record $142.4 million. Here's a look at other auction house price tags.
"Three Studies of Lucian Freud," a three-panel painting by Francis Bacon, sold at Christie's for a record $142.4 million. The amount topped the $119.9 million sale of Edvard Munch's "The Scream" at Sotheby's New York. There was also an oil painting by Mark Rothko that sold for $86.9 million at a Christie's auction. But they're not the first pieces of art to wow the public with high price tags.
Can you guess the price of the auction house offerings below?
Roll over the winning bid to see the corresponding artwork.
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$80.3 million: "Le basin aux nymphéas," 1919, Claude Monet | $86.2 million: "Triptych," 1976, Francis Bacon | $87.9 million: "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer II," 1912, Gustav Klimt | $95.2 million: "Dora Maar au chat," 1941, Pablo Picasso | $104.3 million: "L'Homme quia marche I," 1961, Alberto Giacometti | $106.4 million: "Nude, Green Leaves, and Bust," 1932, Pablo Picasso
Featured art: "Nude, Green Leaves, and Bust," by Pablo Picasso / AP | "Triptych, 1976," by Francis Bacon / AP | "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer II ," by Gustav Klimt / AP | "Dora Maar au Chat," by Pablo Picasso / AP | "L'Homme qui marche I" by Alberto Giacometti / EPA | "Le bassin aux nymphéas," by Claude Monet / AP
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