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Artists - the authors of the most expensive paintings in the world
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Top artists - authors of the most expensive paintings in the world is headed by Pablo Picasso, Paul Cezanne and finishes. The difference in price between the first and last picture of top-10 - 43,67 million
- $179,4 million Pablo Picasso. The women of Algiers (version "On"). 1955
- $170,4 million Amedeo Modigliani. Reclining Nude. 1917-1918
- $142,4 million Francis bacon. Three sketch Lusien Freud. 1969
- $141,3 million Alberto Giacometti. Pointing man. 1947
- $119,9 million Edvard Munch. Creek. 1895
- $105,5 million Andy Warhol. Silver car crash (Dual accident). 1963
- $95,4 million Roy Lichtenstein. Nurse. 1964
- $87,9 million Gustav Klimt. Portrait of Adele Bloch-Бауэр II. 1912
- $86,9 million mark Rothko. Orange, red, yellow. 1961
- $84,2 million Barnett Newman. Black fire I. 1961
- $82,5 million Vincent van Gogh. Portrait of doctor Gachet. 1890
- $80,6 million Claude Monet. A pond with water lilies. 1919
- $78,1 million Auguste Renoir. Moulin de La Galette (Le Moulin de la Galette). 1876
- $76,7 million Peter Paul Rubens. The massacre of the innocents. OK. 1609-1611
- $70,5 million CY Twombly. Untitled (new-Йорк). 1968
- $60,5 million Paul Cezanne. Drapery, jug and kompotnitsa. OK. 1893-1894
the Rating is made on the basis of open auction results. For a basis it is taken results taking into account the buyer's premium (Buyers Premium), expressed in dollars (the figures shown in European auctions, i.e. in pounds or euros, converted into dollars at the exchange rate on trading day).
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) — founder of cubism, an outstanding painter, sculptor and ceramist, had a powerful impact on the development of twentieth century art.
"Nude on a background of green leaves and bust" (1932), sold on 4 may 2010 for $106.5 million, five years held the record auction prices for works by Picasso and three years — for the art-рынка until November 12, 2013-го not moved from the world podium bacon triptych.
on 11 may 2015 set a new record in the best tradition of Picasso: $179,4 million (including Commission) paid for the painting "the women of Algiers (version "O")" in 1955 made him the most expensive not only for its author but for the entire world. But this, of course, talking about the record for art sold at public auction. In private transactions achieved better results (according to rumors, the current record in the field of private sales — $300 million for a painting by Paul Gauguin), but the pricing in this area of the market is quite a subjective thing, and therefore we do not intend to.
the famous painting "the women of Algiers (version "O")" refers to a series of canvases painted by Pablo Picasso, from December 1954 to February 1955-го based on the famous eponymous paintings of eugène Delacroix. "Algerian women" Delacroix, belonging to the collection of the Louvre, at the time, made Picasso very strong impression, he repeatedly said that he wants to write his version. And this series was dedicated to the memory of friend and rival in the art workshop of Henri Matisse, who died in November 1954-го. As Picasso said "when Matisse died he left his odalisques to me as an inheritance." All of Picasso's works in this series are numbered by Latin letters from "A" to "O". Thus, the painting sold for a record priceis the latest, the fifteenth in the series.
the Work of Picasso "the women of Algiers (version "O")" comes from the collection of Victor and Sally Ganz (Victor and Sally Ganz). The couple from new-Йорка, despite a modest income, managed for fifty years to create the collection at auction in 1997 brought $206,5 million on the purchase of all these spouses Ganz spent a total of about $2 million. One of the first in their collection a portrait of Marie-Терез Walter by Picasso (the famous painting "the Dream"): in 1941, Victor Ganz bought it for $7 000, and in 1997-м sold for $48.4 mln As for the work "the women of Algiers (version "O")," that its preliminary estimate at auction in 1997 was $10-12 million, the hammer price reached $31.9 million, Almost twenty years later the result "of Algerian women" 5.6 times higher than in 1997.
On a thematic auction Christie's "the Muse of the artist" which took place on 9 November 2015 in new-Йорке, painting Amedeo Modigliani "Reclining Nude" (1917-1918) was sold for a record $170,405 million Estimated lot, in the neighborhood of $100 million (the exact estimate was not disclosed). This result raised a record amount for the works of Modigliani by as much as $100 million: up to 9 November, the most expensive work of Modigliani was the sculpture "Head", sold at Sotheby's in November 2014-го for $70.7 million
the Record of the painting "Reclining Nude" can be considered phenomenal because none of the pictorial work of the artist never and did not come close to these figures: previously, only eight of his paintings to auction crossed the level of $30 million Since 2010, price rating painting Modigliani headed "Nude sitting on the couch," sold for $68,96 million including the fee of the auction house Sotheby's. Now, however, Modigliani confidently entered the "club" of artists, whose works are sold for more than $100 million, where the company he is Pablo Picasso, Francis bacon, Alberto Giacometti, Edvard Munch and Andy Warhol.
the Painting "Reclining Nude" in the same way as the previous record holder — "Nude seated on a sofa", was purchased directly from the artist by his friend — Parisian collector and art dealer Leopold Zborowsky (Léopold Zboroswki).
If you believe Christie's, "Reclining Nude" was among several written for Zborowsky Nude, which caused a scandal at the first and only exhibition of Modigliani in the gallery Bertha Weil in Paris in 1917. Zborowsky to attract visitors decided to put several Nudes in the window of the gallery ("Reclining Nude"). At the window immediately crowded by passers-by. Unfortunately, vis-a-vis the gallery was a police station. Servants of the order interested crowd gathered on the other side of the street, and called the owner of the gallery in the precinct. According to Bertha Weil, Commissioner under the laughter obrativshis in the area, "poor devils," he ordered her "take off all this stuff". That had to perform. The exhibition closed before it really opened, and the guests who came to the Vernissage, helped to remove paintings from the exhibition.
"Reclining Nude" often published in catalogues and monographs about Modigliani, she has participated in exhibitions at the Centrefine arts (Brussels), Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), the State Museum of contemporary art (Paris), the Tate and the Royal Academy of arts (both galleries — London), MOMA (new-Йорк) and the Royal Palace in Milan.
the Work was included in the collection of Gianni Mattioli (Mattioli Gianni), one of the leading Italian collectors, and at auction Christie's pattern set by his daughter, art historian Laura Mattioli Rossi (Laura Mattioli Rossi).
At auction November 9 for "Reclining Nude" traded for at least six contenders for 9 minutes. The winner was a buyer who made bets on the phone. After a while it became known that the work was bought by Chinese billionaire Liu Izani (Liu Yiqian). The new owner announced that it plans to move her to Shanghai, where together with his wife Wang Wei (Wang Wei), he has opened two private Museum. In the world Liu Izani known as the "Mogul-таксист". A teenager in the troubled years of the "cultural revolution" Liu Ican really spinning the wheel on the streets of Shanghai. In 1980-90-х he earned a fortune playing the stock exchange real estate and pharmaceuticals. In 2015, the state of Liu Izana was estimated at $1.5 billion.
At the auction of postwar and contemporary art Christie's November 12, 2013 the Francis bacon triptych "Three sketch Lusien Freud" was sold for a staggering sum — $142,4 million Such a high price — record for the artist and for the art-рынка — was more unexpected than natural. Before the auction, the triptych was estimated at $85 million (the exact estimate was provided upon request). The previous record for bacon's works, kept since 2008, was just about $85 million, to be precise, it was $86,281 million so Much at auction Sotheby's in new-Йорке 14 may 2008 paid for "Triptych" 1976, Roman Abramovich.
to reach the price level of art-бума, and even exceed it, the auction house had to get is really an outstanding work. Triptych "Three sketch Lusien Freud" in 1969, this definition is consistent.
In-первых, one of the triptych you join two masters of postwar art at the same time: bacon posed at least known his colleague Lusien Freud. Bacon and Freud met in 1945 and were friends for decades, often wrote to each other, but also competed professionally. "Three sketch Lusien Freud" was created within the walls of London's Royal College of art (their own bacon workshop at that time suffered from the fire).
In-вторых, it is one of only two triptychs of bacon, on which the model is depicted in full growth. The second triptych, 1966, was last exhibited in 1992, but it is unknown where he is now.
-третьих, triptych very cheerful background — Sunny-желтый. Be positive to grim-сюрреалистичного the art of Francis bacon that, frankly, is not typical. What-то foreign analyst after record sales even call this color "gold color, magnetically acting on collectors."
Francis bacon believed this triptych of one of his best works@the semicolon, he was one of the most important exhibits on significant artist's retrospective at the Grand-Пале in 1971-1972. Later, in the mid 1970-х, part of the triptych were separated by almost 15 years. One of them was exhibited independently at the exhibition in the Tate in 1985. Bacon extremely negatively reacted to this division; under the picture is disjointed the left part of the triptych, he wrote: "a fragment of a triptych... and I believe that it is meaningless until it is reunited with two other fragments." Parts were again brought together in 1999 at the exhibition in new-Хэвене (Connecticut). And now all three of the growth of the portrait Lusiena Freud got a new buyer for $142,4 million Say that the triptych was bought by William Akvavella, perhaps, in the interests of the client.
Alberto Giacometti — is the most highly valued (literally) classic of world sculpture. His withered, almost fleshless figures, symbolizing the alienation and loneliness of man in the modern world, consistently achieve high prices at auction. Some time Giacometti was even ahead of all the painters together: 3 February 2010 the sculpture "Walking man I" was sold for £65 million ($104.3 million). This, incidentally, was the world's first auction item has passed the threshold of $100 million.
More than five years later, the sculpture "man Pointing" (1947) reached new heights auction: the outcome (including the fee) amounted to $141,3 million Is a record not only for Giacometti, but also for the entire market sculpture.
the Sculpture is "Pointing man" was conceived and executed Giacometti in 1947, just one night. As the sculptor told his biographer in a few months for the new-Йорке was set to open its first 15 years of creative activity solo exhibition. Time was running out, and one October night he fashioned the first plaster model. Since it was made six casts and one printed copy. Followed in January 1948, the exhibition "Pointing man" has occupied a Central place in the exhibition next to the "Running man" and "Standing woman." The exhibition has made furore, Giacometti suddenly became the star of the new-йоркской postwar art-сцены.
Today, the sculpture is "Pointing man" is in the collections of MOMA, Tate Modern, and two museums. The remaining three instances are stored in private collections and collections of various assets. The one instance that was put up for auction, presumably, the only thing that was hand-painted by Giacometti. In 1953-м it was bought in the gallery of Pierre Matisse famous collectors Fred and Florence Olsen. Since 1970, the sculpture belonged to a private collection that was the first time in history put up for auction. As told organizers of the auction, they offered the owner a guarantee, but he refused, saying that if the item remains unsold, he will keep it. "He might be a little upset that she actually bought", — said the representative of Christie's.
Giacomettiwas one of the most exciting artists of the XX century. Man Giacometti left to himself, he does not need anyone, he has no reliance on God and his people is not looking for protection. Giacometti — a great humanitarian: his work tells us that people can only rely on the person that he is fully responsible for yourself and others. The figures of Giacometti's thin, nervous face, lively eyes and big feet: despite all the turmoil, they stand firmly on the ground.
2 may 2012, Edvard Munch's "the Scream" at Sotheby's auction was bought for $119 922 500. With this result pastel 1895 bypassed the work of Pablo Picasso "Nude on a background of green leaves and bust" (which, by the way, stayed at the top of the rankings two years without two days).
Pattern — one of the four existing versions written in the story, and only were in private hands (the other three are stored in Norwegian museums). It is unique because the frame made by the artist in red paint written his poem: "My friends proceeded further, / And I remained behind / Shivering with anxiety: / I felt a deafening Scream of Nature. E. M.".
the Work was put up for auction by Norwegian businessman Petter Olsen (Petter Olsen), the son of a friend, neighbor and patron of Munch Thomas Olsen (Thomas Olsen), acquired it in 1937. After the auction the former owner said that for him the meaning of the picture — is a meeting with death, but also, in the context of today, a frightening awareness of the damage that was caused to humanity and nature.
the Profit from the sale of paintings will partially go to create a Museum in Hvitsten (Norway), where once lived the Munch and Thomas Olsen@the semicolon in a future Museum will house the collection of Petter Olsen, who is also engaged in the restoration of the house and Munch workshop.
the Price of the painting by Munch — is in all respects sverresborg. Before bidding on 1 may 2012, the most expensive pastels in the world was the work of Edgar Degas (Edgar Degas) "Resting dancer" (CA. 1879), earned $37 million on new-йоркских Sotheby's auction in November 2008. This record left far behind and Munch the previous record set by the painting "Vampire" in 1894, which brought $38.1 million at auction at Sotheby's in new-Йорке in November 2008 (the buyer is the Gagosian gallery).
It would be strange if the ten authors of the most expensive in the world of work has not got the king of pop-арта Andy Warhol (1928-1987). Then would have to admit that the mass consciousness and the choice of collectors — is two not communicating vessel. Because Warhol is perhaps the most popular artist of the twentieth century. Although not Warhol "invented" pop-арт, he became the face of this trend. He not only ridiculed the cult of consumption, and introduced these ideas to the art (while preserving in their works an elementof irony), has created a new direction, which attracted a circle of followers.
Six years Andy Warhol standing on the last position in our rating — there were too many masters "domestica" and more expensive — from Rubens to Klimt. For a long time the best result of Warhol's was $71.7 million, earned silkscreen "Green car crash" (1963) at Christie's in may 2007 (estimate: $25-35 million). But times change, and now increasingly rare on the market are masterpieces of old masters, Impressionists or modernists. Key trades moved into the segment of postwar and contemporary art. The art of the second half of the twentieth — early twenty-first century has risen inexorably in price, and the current personal record of Andy Warhol gives a direct confirmation of this.
At the auction of postwar and contemporary art Sotheby's 13 November 2013 (the day after a similar auction Christie's, where Francis bacon triptych sold for $142.4 million) silkscreen Andy Warhol's "Silver car crash (Dual accident)" has set a new world record for the artist — $105.5 million This work, as well as "Green car crash", refers to the great cycle of "Death and disaster" in which the artist reflects the results of a tragic road-транспортных accidents.
"Silver car crash (Dual accident)" is a group of four two-part Warhol in 1963 with images of automobile accidents. The remaining three works of the series are in museums, and only "Silver car crash" remains in private hands. The work has excellent provenance: it had been in the collection of Gunter Sachs (Gunter Sachs), Charles Saatchi (Charles Saatchi) and Thomas Ammann (Thomas Ammann). At the auction Sotheby's put the work of a private European collector who owned it for over 20 years.
the Artist transferred to canvas newspaper images of road accidents, repeatedly printing by screen printing silver reflective paint. The work reaches size of 2.4 × 4 m; on one half of — multiple image crashed into a tree machine; the second part is a monochromatic silver surface.
All terms of auction success is obvious: the rarity of the work, its importance in the heritage of the author, good provenance. It's hard to say what today Warhol is more interesting to collectors — brand, the notorious "irony" or some philosophical overtones, but that in 1962 you could buy for $ 100 (that's how much then cost "Banks soup Campbell"), and in 1978 — for tens of thousands, is now worth tens of millions.
Work by Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) great-то confused: glory he brought paintings based on enlarged pictures from comic books. Like all artists of pop-арта, Liechtenstein erected objects of mass culture to the status of works of high art. Instead of the subtle color transitions — blocks of pure color, as if just released from the printing machine; instead of a complex psychological portraits — clichéd beauty from the pages of comic books with a standard set of emotions. Lichtenstein reproduced manually even rasterthe net, and deliberately increased or decreased the size of the points, bringing the content of the work to the grotesque. Taken out of context by image comic, as a rule, are accompanied by the emotional text: beauty of Liechtenstein drowning, crying, jealous, but the beauty and equanimity utterly idealized heroines frees us from the need genuinely to feel for them, everything is perceived as a beautiful picture — no more.
Painting based on the comic, by the way, is not the only direction in the work of Roy Lichtenstein. At the meeting in 2013, the artist's retrospective at the Tate Modern was showing Nude, sculpture, landscapes in the Chinese style of abstraction, as well as his own reading of works by Matisse, Picasso, Piet Mondrian and others: Lichtenstein reproduced masterpieces like "Rouen Cathedral" by Monet or "still life with goldfish" by Matisse all in the same "cartoon" manner with a raster grid.
Prices for works by Roy Lichtenstein crossed the seven-figure threshold in the late 1980-х, however, only since the beginning of 2000-х (after his death) began the rapid growth of the market for his works that led to the current auction record — $95 365 million so the threshold at $5 million and the work of Roy Lichtenstein was first crossed in 2002; 10-миллионая bar was taken in 2005 and in 2012-м for the painting "Sleeping girl" has already paid $44.9 million In the year of the work of Roy Lichtenstein, came to one price level with the paintings of Claude Monet, pop-арт was worth as much as the masterpieces of impressionism. Things like the Liechtenstein collectors from all over the world for the same "Sleeping girl" traded clients from China, USA, Latin America and Europe.
By the end of 2013-го, according to Artprice, the annual turnover of the works of Lichtenstein, amounted to more than $140 million (excluding Commission BP), which allowed him to take high 8-е place in the world ranking by auction turnover. In that year his painting "woman in a hat with flowers" (1963) at Christie's on may 15 was sold for $56.1 million including Commission. Is processing one of the cubist portraits of Dora Maar by Picasso in author pop-арт manner of Liechtenstein. The record coincided with a Grand retrospective of the artist in the Tate.
Two and a half years later, at auction Christie's "the Muse of the artist" 9 Nov 2015 painting "Nurse" (1964) sold for $95 365 million including Commission (estimate on request). The work belongs to the iconic paintings of the early 1960 Liechtenstein-х. Image of sexy beauty nurse @one of the key mdas in the post-war culture of the United States, along with brave American sailors. The picture Liechtenstein charming blonde with red lips — is as much an icon of popular culture, as "Marilyn" or "Liz" on the silkscreen of Warhol. Liechtenstein in this case lowered the accompanying text of the comic-первоисточника, thereby giving us scope for interpretation of the emotional state of the heroine. It looks obviously scared — but what is she afraid of?
"the Nurse" was shown for the first large solo exhibitions of Lichtenstein in the Guggenheim Museum in new-Йорке and the New national gallery in Berlin (both exhibitions were held in 1969). The work was kept in the collection of one of the first collectors of pop-арта, eccentric Leon Kraushar, which, according to critic Richard Polsky, once said:"Pop-арт is the art of today. All other — is old, ancient. Renoir? I can't stand him. Pictures for bedroom. All the same. The same I can say about all these abstract expressionists. Decor. No satire, no today, no fun".
Strictly speaking, the "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Бауэр II" (1912) — is not the most expensive of famous works of Gustav Klimt. Shortly before the record deal was another auction — private closed, and therefore its results cannot be used for rating. But the-то the result is known, or rather, not refuted: another image of the same ladies — "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Бауэр I" 1907 — was brokered by Christie's acquired in summer 2006 perfume magnate Ronald Lauder for $135 million At that time this amount was the largest from when-либо paid for one work of art (and then it interrupted a private transaction with the work of Jackson Pollock, purchased for $160 million). So technically the most expensive auction lot of the brush remained Klimt "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Бауэр II" in 1912, which was sold at auction by Christie's 8 November 2006 for $87.9 million to a collector who wished to remain anonymous. On the same day was sold three more paintings by Klimt for a total of $103.4 million
Klimt very rarely appear at auction — and suddenly exhibited four canvas, and even Museum level. Where? In fact, from the Museum they have. At the auction came at the end of a long restorative dispute. Both the portrait and other paintings by Klimt was in Austria, the son of a wealthy Jewish sugar magnate, Ferdinand Bloch-Бауэра and his wife Adele. 43-летняя Adele died of meningitis in 1925, bequeathed at the death of her husband to transfer the paintings to the Austrian government. In 1938 Austria was annexed by Germany; himself Ferdinand Bloch-Бауэр managed to escape to Switzerland, and his paintings, including several works by Klimt, confiscated, after which part of them was sent to the Austrian Gallery Belvedere, and part sold. Even in Switzerland, Ferdinand Bloch-Бауэр rewrote the will in favor of the children of his brother. Till our days survived only Maria (husband Altman), which has already turned 90 years old. She moved from Austria to the USA in 1942. The dispute over the property has been confiscated since 2000. The Austrian government appealed to a bequest, the heirs — to another. In the end, an Austrian arbitration court supported the position of the Supreme court of the United States and decided to return five Klimt works heirs, led by Maria Altmann.
this Decision was not taken lightly and shook the Austrians. In 2006, there were even reports that the government encouraged citizens to purchase the canvas to keep the national treasure in the country. Then the value of five canvases (including the portrait, purchased later Lauder), experts rated not less than $245 million, there were plans to issue a bond to raise the necessary funds. When the idea failed, Belvedere (including the pressure of anonymous threats to destroy paintingsso they are not given to the heirs), from a sin far away, had to remove the canvas from the exhibition.
Gustav Klimt (Gustav Klimt, 1862-1918) — is a recognized innovator, the founder of the Vienna secession (the Institute, who refused academic in the works), the artist, not just shocked the audiences is by no means a Puritan. The name of Klimt stably associated mysterious rumors that in the garden of the artist, inspiring him, went naked women, including the ladies of aristocratic circles. Klimt was a very in demand during his lifetime. Embodying the ideas of national symbolism, he achieved recognition as the official authorities and in 1883, Emperor Franz Joseph I even awarded him the main Imperial award available Austrian artist, — Golden order of merit. The favor of the most powerful and wealthy private customers are also not spared from it. Decorative, sophistication and eroticism of Klimt's works made them welcome the luxurious interior decoration of houses in the early twentieth century. And I must say that over time in this pursuit, little has changed.
the sale to the heirs of Klimt works from the collection of Ferdinand Bloch-Бауэра — is a unique case when on the market there are stuff of the world, "Museum" scale in the literal sense of the word. Something similar happens probably once in several decades, so the stakes are so high.
One of the most enigmatic artists of our time. His life path like a walking contradiction — in creativity, actions, gestures... Considered one of the ideologists and, of course, a key figure in American abstract expressionism, Rothko could not stand when his work was called abstract. In the past, who knew what life is hand to mouth, he defiantly returned to customers absolutely fantastic in terms of current money advance, leaving himself almost completely finished the job. Waiting for your success and your ability to earn a living by painting for almost fifty years, he repeatedly denied people who wish to destroy his career. At least the socialist in the soul, who shared the ideas of Marx, hostile attitude to the rich and wealth, Rothko became in the end the author of the most expensive paintings in the world, which actually turned into the attribute of high status of their owners. (No joke, record "White center", sold for $65 million, came from the Rockefeller family.) Dreamed of the recognition of the mass audience, was ultimately the Creator of paintings-настоящему clear until now, only a circle of intellectuals and connoisseurs. Finally, an artist who sought conversation with the Lord through the music of his canvases, the artist, whose work became the Central design element of the Church of all religions, finished way of life absolutely desperate godless act...
Rothko, remembering the pale of settlement and the Cossacks may have wondered what they are proud of also as Russian artists. However, enough anti-Semitism in America 1930-х — is not accidental artist "cut" generic name rothkowitz. But we call it Russian notwithout reason. To start — by birth. The Latvian Dvinsk, Daugavpils present at the time of the birth of Marcus Rotkovicha — is part of Russia and will remain so until the collapse of the Empire, until 1918. However, the revolution Rothko won't see. In 1913, the boy is taken somewhere in the United States, the family moved to Portland, Oregon. That is, childhood and adolescence were held in Russia, there was formed the life perception, vision. Except that here he was born, with Russia Rothko link, note, and philosophical themes and conflicts. It is known that he valued the works of Dostoevsky. And even vices, which Rothko indulged in the world are associated why-то with Russian. Depression in the West call why-то "Russian disease." That's not an argument, of course, but one more stroke to the wholeness of nature, Russian artist.
pioneering discoveries in painting Rothko was a long 15 years. The past through a figurative Hobbies, including surrealism and figurative expressionism, in the mid-1940-х it extremely simplified structure of her paintings, limiting the expressive means of several colorful blocks that make up the composition. The intellectual basis of his work — is almost always a matter of interpretation. Rothko usually did not give direct answers, counting on the complicity of the viewer in understanding the work. The only thing he definitely counted on, — on the emotional work of the viewer. His paintings are not for recreation, not for relaxation and not for "visual massage." They are designed for empathy. Some see them as Windows to look into the soul of the viewer, the other — door to another world. There is a view (perhaps closest to the truth), that his color field — is a metaphorical image of God.
the Decorative power of "color fields" is due to a number of special techniques used by Rothko. His paintings do not suffer massive RAM — high thin dies-кромки in the color of the canvas. The edges of the paintings the artist deliberately tinted in a gradient to a picturesque field of lost borders. Fuzzy boundaries internal squares — is also a reception method without the use of contrast to create the effect of jitter, the apparent overlap of blocks of color, pulsation spots, like flickering light of electric lamps. This mild dissolution in color was particularly good oil, before moving Rothko on opaque acrylic in the late sixties. And found the effect of electric surge increases, if you look at the pictures at close range. According to the artist the three-meter canvases the viewer is optimally viewed from a distance of half a meter.
Today the paintings of Rothko — pride of any known Museum of modern art. So, in English the Tate gallery has a room of Rothko in which they live nine paintings from those that were written under contract with a restaurant Four Seasons. It was quite revealing for the character of Rothko history. In 1959 the artist on the recommendation addressed to the owners of the fashionable restaurant "seasons", which opened in an unusual new-йоркском skyscraper Seagram Building (by company name — manufacturer of alcohol). The amount of the contract in terms of today's money amounted to nearly $3 million —, a very substantial fee even held a recognized artist, which at the time was already Rothko. However, when the work was almostfinished, Rothko returned unexpectedly advance and refused to hand it to the customer. Among the main reasons for the sudden act of biographers considered the reluctance to please the ruling class and rich to entertain at dinner. There is also a view that Rothko was upset that his paintings will not see the rank and file employees working in the building. However, the latest version looks too romantic.
After nearly 10 years of canvases prepared for the Four Seasons, Rothko donated to the Tate Gallery in London. In a bitter twist of fate, on February 25, 1970, in the day when the boxes with pictures reached the English port, the artist was found in his Studio dead — with severed veins and (perhaps for guarantees) a huge dose of sleeping pills in the stomach.
Today, the work Rothko is experiencing another wave of sincere interest. Workshops, open exhibitions, published monographs. On the banks of the Daugava river, the home of the artist, the monument.
each year, the auctions alone Rothko paintings, not counting the graphics, exhibited approximately 10-15 pieces. They pay millions and tens of millions of dollars. And these prices are not an accident but rather a tribute to his innovation, the desire to discover new semantic layers and to join a creative phenomenon of one of the most mysterious Russian artists.
may 8, 2012 at the auction of postwar and contemporary art Christie's painting "Orange, red, yellow" in 1961 went for $86,88 million (including Commission). The work comes from the collection of the Pennsylvania philanthropist David Pincus. Work size of 2.4 × 2.1 meters, David and his wife Gerry bought at Marlborough Gallery, and then permanently gave up its lease to the Philadelphia art Museum. Painting "Orange, red, yellow" was not only the most expensive work of the artist of Russian origin, but also the most expensive piece of postwar and contemporary art sold at public auction.
a Record of the work of Barnett Newman's "Black fire I" was a complete surprise auction at Christie's may 13, 2014. That is not the mere fact of the record, as to what amount is able to reach the claimants in the battle of the rates. The previous most expensive work of this abstract artist, "Onement VI" was worth $43.8 million (Sotheby's, 14.05.2013; estimate $30-40 million), i.e. a new record was almost twice as high. The estimate of "Black fire", by the way, were not disclosed, so we don't find out exactly how much it was exceeded. One thing is clear: abstraction of Newman on the art-рынке came to one price level with works by his closest ally in the group of artists, called "painting color fields", — Mark Rothko.
Newman belongs to that first generation of American abstract expressionists, which was at the source of a huge number of new trends. Artists such as Barnett Newman, mark Rothko, clyfford still or Jackson Pollock, — is a rooted branching tree of postwar American art, for Americans they mean the same thing for us, Malevich and Kandinsky. Therefore, probably, and buy them work for the money. Not surprising if in a couple of years in this ranking displays the relevant results forPollock or stilla — enough to auction off their masterpiece at the appropriate level.
Barnett (Barney) Newman was born in 1905 in new-Йорке in a family of Polish Jews who had emigrated from the Russian Empire in the early twentieth century (they hold a little, and would be today we have another artist orbit of Russian art). Barney studied painting for years with eighteen (at the Art students League of new-Йорка Duncan Smith, Harry, Vicki and John Sloan), but all his work during the first forty years of his life he destroyed, including a working 1930-х when Newman shared a workshop with Adolf Gottlieb. In 1930-х same Newman became friends with Marcus Rotkovicha (who later became mark Rothko), and together they went on painting and poetry to the modernist Milton Avery. Early Barnett was more public and journalistic activities — he put forward his candidacy for mayor of new-Йорка, along with friend Alexander Borodulin wrote a Manifesto "On the need for political initiatives of the people in the arts" and even issued the first and only issue of "Response" on the rights of public servants like teachers, janitors or firefighters.
At the same time, Newman has repeatedly tried to pass the exam to get a permanent solution to teach painting, but all attempts ended in failure. All this resulted in a protest exhibition "Can We Draw? The Board of Examiners Says — No!" ("Can we draw? The exam Board says — no!"), where have been collected the Committee rejected the work. The exhibition has caused a sensation in the press, Newman was allowed to retake the exam, but again to no avail. In General, relations with representatives of official art evolved with varying degrees of success. In 1943 Newman, along with Rothko and Gottlieb wrote a response to criticism of the New York Times of an exhibition of American modernists. "Aesthetic beliefs" of this trio was the following: "there are No good paintings about nothing. We believe that the theme plays a key role and that only the essence has the power, it's tragic and eternal."
a few years, around 1947-1948, Newman, as he believed, achieved artistic maturity. The artist developed his own recognizable style — scale flat fields of pure color separated by thin vertical lines (he called them "zips" — "lightning"). These "lightning" determining the spatial structure of the fabric, they simultaneously divide and unite the compositions. His cold and strict, but-своему emotional work seem deceptively simple. As soon as any call pattern Newman's criticism of — and "philosophical statements without artistic skill," and "pure painting without a theme". The Barnett Newman insisted on the deep content of their work. He called them by the names of biblical characters or, for example, a false concept of "Onement" (according to the critics, the series titled "Onement" is derived from the word "Atonement" — "atonement") and wanted them to look solely at close range.
the Most expensive work by Newman — "Black fire I" was written in 1961, then when he created his famous cycle "the way of the cross", which first appeared strict black-белая palette. But unlike the earlier works of the "way of the Cross" in the "Black fire" the pitch black seemed to encroach on the territory of the white fieldit dominates. Just at this time suddenly died, the younger brother of George Newman. The painting helped the artist to deal with the grief of loss, the emotions he expressed through the language of abstraction.
for a Very long time — from 1990 to 2004 — palm in the ranking of the authors the most expensive works of art auction sales results belonged to the post impressionist Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). "Portrait of Dr. Gachet" (Portrait du Docteur Gachet), written by the artist shortly before his death, was bought by Japanese millionaire, Rei Saito at Sotheby's in may 1990 for $82.5 million
History of the picture itself is akin to a detective. In 1896, the portrait was sold by the wife of the artist's brother, Theo van Gogh, the famous dealer in pictures, and then a long time passed from hand to hand. The following significant message about it dates back to the late 1930-х years old when the painting came to the Museum of Frankfurt, but in 1938, after a meeting in Munich of the exhibition "Degenerate art", the painting "acquired" by the Nazis, but soon resold it to the collection Kramskogo. Then the picture was to the USA from Holland emigrated to escape the Nazis, her new owners. After their death the heirs decided to sell the portrait and put it up for auction in new-Йорке in 1990. The picture for the above amount of acquired Japanese millionaire, tycoon, Rei Saito, who is rumored to be buried themselves with a masterpiece. After the death of Saito in 1996, the exact whereabouts of "portrait of doctor Gachet" for a long time was unknown, which created a lot of guesswork.
the fact that Saito in a fit of rage caused by the fact that in Japan he has to pay very high taxes (about $24 million per year), said that the paintings will go to the grave. The heirs of a millionaire refused to talk about the fate of a masterpiece, thus depressing assumptions. However, some light on the fate of the painting shed one of the leaders of the Tokyo auction house, Kiyonori Yamamoto, reported that the painting was sold in the U.S. at a "reasonable price" — from $87 to $130 million. the new owner is not disclosed. Later it was reported that all this time the picture held in the safe of a Japanese Bank — lender Saito, but the Bank deliberately kept silent to have his name not associated with the failure of the borrower. Whatever it was, but still in all major publications about van Gogh, including catalogs, "Portrait of Dr. Gachet" is accompanied by the note "Whereabouts unknown".
on the one hand, the history of the painting is shrouded in lots of mysteries, including the foolish to assume that people in their right mind as a last will might show desire to carry with him to the grave of van Gogh's painting, it is almost impossible. At the same time it is in the spirit of the artist. Or, more accurately, our understanding of it. After all, part of the legend about van Gogh — his madness that allowed him to look at such depths that are inaccessible to mere mortals. In fact, so such an interest and "Portrait of doctor Gachet" — attending physician of the clinic for the mentally ill. However, against the doctor himself vanGogh said a mysterious phrase: "First of all, it is much less healthy than I, or at least as sick."
on the other hand, hiding the real location of a masterpiece can be quite prosaic explanation. If the portrait actually exists, then it is possible that the current owner, whoever he was, feared a repetition of the history of restorative Klimt paintings. In 1937's "Portrait of Dr. Gachet" was confiscated improvised Goering at the Frankfurt Institute Stades. So, he announced today, on the background of precedents with Klimt paintings and Malevich, the legitimate owner is unlikely to retreat from their rights.
101 to an unprecedented sale of "Portrait of doctor Gachet" Vincent prophetically wrote to his brother, Theo: "the Practice in the trade of works of art, when prices rise after the author's death, survived so far... the highest prices, which they say and which have been paid for the work already deceased artists, when their lives would not have risen — is that-то like trade in tulips, when the living artist more minuses than pluses".
that in June 2008-го "Pond with water lilies" (1919), Monet set a new record for the artist, no one doubted, especially after as in may 2008 on the new-йоркских auction Christie's his landscape "Railway bridge in Arzhanteye" was sold for $42 million But here the traditional and famous story of Monet — lilies, so collectors, and auction organizers, and journalists were willing to sensation. However, such a high price did not expect anybody, especially representatives of Christie's, as evidenced by modest in comparison with the final amount of estimate ($36-48 million). For works by Claude Monet has always paid a lot, a lot, but at the "highest price the League," he joined in 2008-м.
the Puzzling is not the sum and not the name of the artist, and then what of his paintings was purchased for a record price. This work is not an innovator who founded the new scenic areas, not an experimenter in the field of light and color (the period of his famous series of pictures of Rouen Cathedral in different times of the day), and the elderly, even recognized by the master artist, is rapidly losing his eyesight. Painting "Pond with water lilies" was written in 1919 and is part of a series of four works, United by a common theme. Around since the early 1900-х years, Monet begins to replicate its earlier and already well-known works, changing a few colors. At the end of the day, the artist turned to the creation of decorative panels, a favorite motive which was patterns of water lilies on the water surface, — the results can be seen today in the Paris Orangerie des Tuileries, where 14 giant canvases of infinite series. However, it's not even the fact that during this period the artist started to go blind, and his paintings have become shade patterns and monotony of... In 1919-м have already become classics of painting, the Impressionists and post-Impressionists, and even gone the search for modernism in the field of ornament and decoration (often associated with which workslate works of Claude Monet), and for ten years, how the world was won by cubism and other "isms"... And "a Pond with water lilies" shows the same reflections, glare and "Unsharp" image — all the way or nearly so, as it was in 1870-х when the Impressionists were rebels and innovators. In short, the old energy and sense of color in this picture is less.
In recent years, the range of art lovers who commit open transactions at fantastic prices, more-менее defined, and each approximation and the more flight strap auction $100 million in offers analysts and journalists to choose the not too many could create another sensation.
In 1990-м there was no choice, and there was only one person — the same millionaire, Rei Saito. Through the day (!) after he acquired the "Portrait of Dr. Gachet" by van Gogh for $82.5 million, 17 may 1990, already at Sotheby's, an eccentric Japanese bought the painting of Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) "Moulin de La Galette" for $78.1 million as significant amounts paid by one person for the paintings, then became a sensation in the world of Antiques (who today will surprise you!) and strengthened the position of Impressionists and post-Impressionists as "blue chip" art-рынка.
In the auction catalog and press-релизах prior to bidding, Sotheby's determined the painting "Moulin de La Galette" (Moulin de la Galette, 1876) as "the most high-quality work of Renoir, which first appeared on the market." Potential buyers responded, and the canvas went under the hammer for a huge amount.
it is also Noteworthy that, although this picture belongs to the category of a textbook in the works of Renoir, after his death she was shown to the public only once, at the exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum in 1937. Meanwhile, the picture painted in the period when after the scandalous exhibition of the Impressionists in 1874 in the Studio of Nadar to the Renoir had success and recognition, but his style finally took shape. Sold at auction in 1990 was the work of the author's repetition of the famous "Moulin de La Galette" of the same year, preserved in the Museum d'orsay in Paris. Joyful and triumphant mood canvases rife with sunshine, love and carefree joy, became the hallmark of the artist.
in addition to the obvious high quality of painting, as well as loud the name of the author, a special value (not even money — cultural) this painting Renoir gives what can be considered a kind of Manifesto of impressionism — along with famous paintings "Impression. Sunrise" Claude Monet, "luncheon on the grass" by Edouard Manet. Here is everything that I appreciate the Impressionists: and the story (the theme for the Renoir painting found near the house, in Montmartre, Cortot street, in the restaurant "Moulin de La Galette"), and plein air (in order to write a scene from nature, and not in the Studio, the artist had to make a large canvas in the garden, where the light playing through the leaves of acacia trees, USEPA the ground and the clothes dancing blue and pink highlights). Besides the artist not only accurately and vividly conveyed the atmosphere of Montmartre dance hall 1870-хyears, where on weekends going to dance clerks from stores, the seamstresses, the young artists, writers and Actresses, but also depicted in the painting of his friends, prominent members of the then Parisian Bohemia — Spanish painter don Pedro Vidal de Solares, painters Henri Gervais and Frederick Corde, and also the journalist Field Lot. In General, if a collector has aimed to provide a collection of all the major trends in painting, the "Moulin de La Galette" Renoir on the right would be a perfect reflection of the essence of impressionism.
the Purchase of this painting for 78.1 million dollars at that time was a very unsuccessful enterprise. Soon the crisis broke out, and the works of the Impressionists fell in price by nearly twenty percent. Boom back only a few years. No one knows what became of the painting after the death of a Japanese collector, the data open the auction no, but according to unconfirmed rumours, the canvas from the collection of the Saito were sold in 1998, over 50 million buyer, whose name was not disclosed. However, these auctions cannot be directly compared with the amounts discreet private transactions.
Among the leaders of auction sales represented entirely by the Impressionists, post-Impressionists and modernists, unexpectedly and one of the main "old masters" — famous Flemish Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640). In July 2002 at Sotheby's auction his painting "massacre of the innocents" was sold for 76.7 million dollars.
it is Highly unusual that the high prices reached precisely the canvas on a difficult gospel story — seemingly more popular was to use, for example, "Orgy" with buxom beauties. But — no. One of the most brutal scenes of the New Testament — executed by soldiers of the monstrous order of Herod the king.
this is why, perhaps, the organizers of the auction carefully evaluated in 6 million pounds. However, the auction was fierce competition between the four buyers. In the end, the canvas bought a London manuscripts dealer, who spoke in favor of an anonymous buyer. As it turned out later, this buyer was a canadian collector David Thomson, son of newspaper magnate Lord Thomson, the former owner of the London Times.
Perhaps the reason for such a strong excitement was a Museum level paintings — not for him at auction fought the representatives of a number of museums, including the Getty Museum in Los-Анджелесе. The role played by the unexpected discovery made by the auction house expert on Flemish painting of George Gordon. The fact that until recently the picture was attributelabels one of the disciples of Rubens, but George Gordon, after examining the similarities between "Childermas" and the famous painting by Rubens "Samson and Dalila" from the collections of the national gallery in London, suggested that the authorship belongs not to the student, and the teacher. Although leading experts and researchers to the paintings of Rubens confirmed the withdrawal of British experts, representatives of the auction house, obviously, tothe latter was not sure that they've got a true masterpiece of the master, who could decorate, without exaggeration, any Museum collection.
the American painter CY Twombly (1928-2011) were included in our ranking authors of the most expensive works of art in the world with a record of the work "untitled (new-Йорк)" in 1968. At the evening auction of postwar and contemporary art Sotheby's November 11, 2015 this picture is related to the cycle of so-called "boards" Twombly, was sold for $70.53 million including Commission.
CY Twombly is recognized throughout the world, many times he participated in the Venice Biennale, has created a ceiling painting in one of the halls of the Louvre. However, he still remains one of the most difficult to understand of the representatives of American abstract expressionism. As he wrote to the curator kirk Varnedoe on the occasion of the opening of the Twombly retrospective at MOMA in 1994, "Twombly, which had a huge influence on many artists, has become a real bone of contention for critics. It is incredibly difficult to understand, not only for the General public: Twombly was alien even to the fathers-основателям highbrow post-war art." To say nothing of the layman, who for the most part are wondering: Yes, my child could do better. Warned the aforementioned article was called "Why your child can't: reflections on the work of CY Twombly".
Experts on Twombly write that the full depth of his creations can be understood only through personal acquaintance with them, and when reproduction it is completely lost. Everything is made up of a huge number of the tiniest details — scratches, scuffs, drops, written in pencil passages from Italian and classical poetry. In 1957 Twombly moved to the South of Italy — hence it is a fascination with the history and poetry of ancient and medieval Europe. In the works of Twombly also find references to primitive art, the works of Da Vinci, readymade Marcel Duchamp and the Italian futurists, comprehend mythology through the principles of abstraction.
Away from the bustling art-сцены new-Йорка born unique artist, who found relatively late recognition (compared to, for example, with his friends Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns). But Twombly is a little worried: all his life he avoided reporters and did not pay attention to the art-критиков, many of whom questioned the value of his works. In the meantime, Twombly experimented with brushwork — for example, tried to draw in the dark to make the figure less obvious and clear.
What's so special about the work "untitled (new-Йорк)" to be evaluated more than $70 million? When you first look at this kind of thing Twombly often comes to mind is the comparison with the painted with chalk school Board. Work in this series is called — "boards." However, I wrote this "blackboard" painting with paint and wax crayons on canvas. If you believe the critics, in their "boards" Twombly tried to pass on the painting's surface a sense of time and movement.These rapidly derived white lines can be seen as a natural phenomenon and not a creation of human hands. The artist has noted that the most important for him is "accommodation" of each line, each stroke. "This painting is important is not the image, not an illustration, and handed over in the sense of its creation, and realization", — said Twombly and added: "When I finish the next picture, then I usually spend a couple of days in bed to recover". Such was the involvement of the artist in process of creation. And in "boards" of CY Twombly put it, the American component of his nature. Although the first "Board" was written in Rome, then Twombly for a few years returned to new-Йорк — grey, almost monochrome "boards" were more suited to a city of skyscrapers than Sunny Italy. Well, maybe not new-йоркцу really hard to understand what's wrong with them — in these mysterious unnamed works of CY Twombly?
the presence in the list of Paul cézanne (1839-1906) — is a kind of tribute to the discovery and search of the artist, laid the foundations of cubism, and a number of other areas of the twentieth century. It is noteworthy that at auction for a record amount was purchased this classic and so typical of Cezanne painting — "Drapery, jug and kompotnitsa". This still life is a series of six works depicting the same items. The painting was sold at Sotheby's in 1999 for $60.5 million
In this work, showed all the most striking peculiarities of style of the artist: the desire to reduce all subjects to geometric forms — cylinder, ball and cone, clear color, monumental forms. If the Impressionists tried to capture the changing features of nature, the Cezanne created "paintings for museums", passing the immutable part of nature. He managed in one picture to combine several points of view on subjects, combining the techniques of direct and inverse perspective, preparing the transition to cubism. His still lifes, he wrote a long, carefully checked the image. Findings Cezanne has created a whole army of his ideological followers, "sezannistov", divide and develop the artist's ideas. His influence on the art world of the turn of the century and, of course, Russian art (remember the "Jack of diamonds") is difficult to overestimate.
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