Georgina Adam has perhaps the best quote about the Munch market which has seen little or no lift from the sale of The Scream.
“The fact that ‘The Scream’ made a record price doesn’t change anything for other Munch works, particularly those painted after 1909 when his mental health improved radically,” noted one dealer.
She also has this observation from the sales:
Also making good prices were eight watercolours by Kandinsky from a private collection: all sold bar one, with the top price of £1.33m given for “Entwurf zu ‘Grüner Rand’” (1919), estimated at £750,000-£900,000.
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