And the ridiculous luxury goods buyers could have owned for the same prices.
Alberto Giacometti's Chariot, which was conceived in 1950 and cast in 1951–2, sold for $101 million in New York this past
Answer by Michelle Gaugy, art gallery owner, author, art consultant: The other thing to remember when you see price tags
While we mull over Black's next moves, take a look at the costliest works of art ever sold in the slideshow below. The prices
A BRONZE AQUAMANILE IN THE FORM OF A LION GERMAN, LOWER SAXONY, LATE 13TH OR EARLY 14TH CENTURY, Depicted standing, with
Getty photo. Enjoy. Andy Warhol's "Coca-Cola (4) (Large Coca-Cola)" easily exceeded expectations at Sotheby's on Tuesday
Today's collectors consume art with insatiable and competitive greed. They can't wait to write their seven-figure checks for those the art market has blessed.