£9.28m painting spikes at Christie's Russian sale; Kiefer sets new $3.99m record in China; Sotheby's stock continues to fall in hard hit equity market; Heffel's $16.5m Spring sale
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Petrov-Vodkin Painting Sells for £9.28m at Christie’s
Christie’s Russian Art sale in London made £16.1m ($20.4m) with 75% of the 330 lots offered finding buyers. The top four lots were paintings by Ivan Shishkin, Pavel Tchelitchew, Aleksandr Deineka and Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin. The last two of these, Deineka and the Petrov-Vodkin, posted big numbers. £419,250 over a £300k high estimate for Deineka; Petrov-Vodkin’s work made an astonishing £9.28m over a £1.5m high estimate.
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