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Picasso $70 Million 1943 Painting Damaged Before Auction

Picasso $70 Million 1943 Painting Damaged Before Auction

A Pablo Picasso’s 1943 painting was accidentally damaged by a falling pole during preparation for a Christie’s auction on the 11th of May 2018, just a day before the Christie’s 12th-15th May 2018 exhibition in New York.  The 1943 painting by Pablo Picasso, Le Marin (The Sailor), is estimated to fetch more than $70 million at the Christie’s auction on 15th May 2018.

” Picasso $70 Million 1943 Painting Damaged Before Auction “

Born in Spain in 1881, Pablo Picasso is one of the most renowned artist and painter in the 20th century, producing more than 20,000 works in his lifetime.  The 1943 Le Marin (The Sailor) painting is being assessed and recommendations have been made for the restoration of the painting.  The painting is reported to be owned by Steve Wynn, founder of Wynn Resorts.

Source: Christie’s, Bloomberg, People

 

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