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The painting of Lucretia by Artemisia Gentileschi offered at Dorotheum today with a €500,000-700,000 estimate was sold for €1.885 million. The winning bidder was in the room but the work is headed to a collection in Australia. This follows the acquisition of a self portrait by London’s National Gallery for £3.6m. That work had sold at Drouot for €2.3m almost a year ago.
Also doing well at Dorotheum was a newly discovered Anthony van Dyck, Portrait of a Noble Woman with a Parrot that made €1.425m (above, right).
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