Who Doesn’t Like Painting Specially when it is painted by one of the most famous painters across the world. But yea a painting painted by a Big Names Costs big as well.

Would you like to know About the Top 3 Most Expensive Painting in the World?, Alright than let’s check out these Top 3 Most Expensive Painting in the World.


1) Interchange

Artist : Willem de Kooning
Date of Sale : September 2015
Price : $300m

Photo of Interchanged by Willem de Kooning.jpg

Interchange, also known as Interchanged, is an oil on canvas painting  In September 2015, it was sold by the David Geffen Foundation to Kenneth C.Griffin for $300 million, the highest price for the painting up to date.

2) Nafea Faa Ipoipo (When Will You Marry?)

Artist : Paul Gauguin
Date of Sale : February 2015
Price : $300m (approx)

Paul Gauguin, Nafea Faa Ipoipo? (When Will You Marry?) 1892, oil on canvas, 101 x 77 cm.jpg

Gauguin’s 1982 picture of two Tahitian girls smashed the record for the world’s most expensive single work of art, in February 2015 for close to US $300 million (£197 million), one of the highest price paid for the painting.

3) The Card Players

Artist : Paul Cezanne
Date of Sale : April 2011
Price : $259m

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The Card Players is a series of oil paintings by the French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Cezanne. It featured two two stony-faced card players, models selected by Cezanne from his family’s estate outside Aix-en-Provence: the gardener and a farm hand.


Do You KNOW ?

It was the Greek philosopher Plato who discovered that you can mix two different paint colours together to produce a third colour.


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