In daily moderation we are going to cover the 10 most expensive paintings in the world. How one can define the price of a painting? The process is mostly unknown by rational people. One thing is very obvious that the price of painting increases after the death of that particular painter. It is very unfortunate for an artist that most of the time he does not get the recognition at his life time. In some cases they led a very poor insolvent life. We also became amazed by seeing a $50 painting in his life that sold over $100 million after his death.
1. The Card Players by Paul Cézanne
Sold by George Embiricos on April 2011 to State of Qatar
2. No. 5, 1948 by Jackson Pollock
Sold by David Geffen on November 2, 2006 to David Martinez
3. Woman III by Willem de Kooning
Sold by David Geffen on November 18, 2006 to Steven A. Cohen
4. Le Rêve by Pablo Picasso
Sold by Steve Wynn on March 26, 2013 to Steven A. Cohen
5. Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I by Gustav Klimt
Sold by Maria Altmann on June 18, 2006 to Ronald Lauder, Neue Galerie
6. Portrait of Dr. Gachet by Vincent van Gogh
Sold by Siegfried Kramarsky family on May 15, 1990 to Ryoei Saito.
7. Three Studies of Lucian Freud by Francis Bacon
Sold by unknown on November 12, 2013 to Elaine Wynn
8. Bal du moulin de la Galette by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Sold by Betsey Whitney on May 17, 1990 to Ryoei Saito.
9. Garçon à la pipe by Pablo Picasso
Sold by Greentree foundation on May 4, 2004 to Barilla Group
10. The Scream by Edvard Munch
Sold by Petter Olsen on May 2, 2012 to Leon Black.