The Most Expensive Paintings

Leonardo da Vinci – Salvator Mundi, sold 2017 for $450 million

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Willem de Kooning – “Interchange” – sold 2015 for $304 million 

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Paul Cézanne – “The Card Players” – sold 2011 for  $270 million

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Paul Gauguin – “Nafea Faa Ipoipo” – sold 2014 for $213 milions 

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Jackson Pollock – “Number 17A” – sold 2015 for $203 million 

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Mark Rothko – “No. 6” – sold 2014 for $190 million

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Rembrandt van Rijn  – “Pendant portraits of Maerten Soolmans and Oopjen Coppit” – sold 2015 for $182 million

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