An Art Gallery worth 2 Billion Dollars
Mona Lisa: Created by Leonardo Da Vinci in around 1503 – 1519, is a half-length portrait of a woman , which has been acclaimed as the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about and the most parodied work of art in the world. The painting is worth $720 million.
Card players: is a series of intriguing paintings by Paul Cezanne. Painted in early 1890″s, there are five variations of the card players which vary in size and the number of players represented. Staggeringly, the portrait shown above is worth around $254 million.
Portrait of Dr. Gachet: The portrait was made by Vincent van Gogh depicting Dr. Paul Gachet who took care of Van Gogh during final months of his life. It was painted in June, 1890, and is worth around $145 million.
The Scream: Created by Edvard Munch in between 1893 and 1910, the scream is one of the finest example of expressionism. The landscape seen in the background is the Oslofjord, viewed from Ekeberg, Oslo, Norway. Estimated worth of this masterpiece is around $119.9 million.
Garcon a la pipe: (English: Boy with a pipe) was painted by Pablo Picasso in 1905 when he was only 24. The painting depicts a Persian boy holding a pipe in his left hand wearing a wreath of flowers and is estimated to be worth $104.2 million.
Portrait de l”artiste sans barbe : Vincent Van Gogh created dozens of self portraits in his life. Most probably, Vincent tried to depict his reflections in the mirror. The estimate worth of this portrait is around $100 million.
Dora Maar au Chat: Dora Maar and Cat is painted by Pablo Picasso depicting Dora Maar, Pablo”s love along with her cat. The painting is worth around $95.2 million.
Green Car Crash: was created by Andy Warhol and his newly appointed assistant Gerard Malange in 1963 from an image taken by photographer John Whitehead. The picture portrays the aftermath of a car crash at 60 mph, ejecting the driver and impaling him onto a pole. It is worth casino online $71.7 million.
White Center: It is an abstract painting by Mark Rothko, completed in 1950, the painting is strangely relaxing and easy on the eyes. Being recently sold for $72 million, it is one of the most expensive post war work of art.
Portrait of Alfonso d”Avalos: Completed in 1533 by the artist named Titan, the painting is worth an estimate $70 million.
The Gross Clinic: was painted in 1875 by American artist Thomas Eakins. Dr. Samules D.Gross, a seventy-year-old professor dressed in a black frock coat, lectures a group of students. Included among the group is a self-portrait of Eakins, who is seated to the right of the tunnel railing. This painting is worth around $68 million.
Cruchon et Compotier: created in around 1893 to 1894 by French artist Paul Cezanne is considered the most expensive still life portrait ever sold with an estimate worth of $60.5 million.
Suprematist Composition: painted by Kazimir Malevich is believed to be the most expensive painted created by any Russian artist. This constellation of geometry and color in space was sold to an anonymous buyer in 2008 at a price of $60 million.
Etoile Bleue: Created in 1927 by Joan Miro, the proclaimed “Masterpiece” is set to create records. Supposedly Miro created this in just 30 minutes but critics claim this to be one of the finest masterpiece by the artist. In 2012, the painting was sold for around $37 million.
Portrait of a Halberdier: Created by Italian Artist Jacopo da Pontormo, the painting represents a well dressed young man standing in front of the fortress wall with spear head. The painting was created somewhere between 1528 – 1530 and has an estimate worth of $35.2 million.