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Vernissage TV: Art Basel 2019
We’ve published our comprehensive list of Art Basel sales reported by the galleries and in the press. The full list is available to AMMpro subscribers. Among the noteworthy sales are:
Hauser + Wirth sold a John Chamberlain, Comeover for $3m and Cy Twombly’s 'Study for School of Athens [Rome]’ a painting from 1960 (below) which collectors say would be fairly valued at about the same price.
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