Pete Kilkenny is closer to cows than people. In 13 years has made more than 1,000 cow paintings.
One of Picasso's most famous portraits, "Seated Woman in Blue Dress," has sold at auction for $45 million. During World War II, the painting was confiscated by the Nazis but rescued from a train by the French Resistance.
The Italian painter's recently discovered portrait of Christ, "Salvator Mundi," has sold for a record-breaking $450.3 million (€382 million). The artwork, which went missing for several years, was once traded for $60.
Leonardo da Vinci's "Salvator Mundi" is being auctioned in New York. The work sold for $60 in 1958; it's worth an estimated $100 million today. But did the old master really paint it?
Paintings by Willem de Kooning and Edvard Munch have smashed the price records for these works at auction this week. Artworks by Picasso and Frida Kahlo are still up for grabs.
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