Top 20 best selling artists of the first quarter of 2011

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2015-06-26 10:29:29

Top 20 best selling artists of the first quarter of 2011

1) Pablo Picasso sold 262 lots out of 315 offered for a total of $78,002,208 (over $297,000 per lot)

2) Andy Warhol sold 147 lots out of 193 for a total of $40,360,332 (over $274,000 per lot)

3) Francis Bacon sold 18 lots out of 18 for a total of $37,420,441 (over $2 million per lot)

4) Salvador Dalí sold 97 lots out of 121 for a total of $33,457,543 (over $344,000 per lot)

5) Marc Chagall sold 88 lots out of 104 for a total of $26,919,761 (over $305,000 per lot)

6) Gerhard Richter sold 17 lots out of 19 for a total of $25,758,045 (over $1.5 million per lot)

7) René Magritte sold 18 lots out of 22 for a total of $20,203,587 (over $1.1 million per lot)

8) Titian sold 4 lots out of 5 for a total of $16,889,219 (over $4.2 million per lot)

9) Irma Stern sold 19 lots out of 37 for a total of $13,708,909 (over $721,000 per lot)

10) Pierre Bonnard sold 17 lots out of 25 for a total of $13,672,170 (over $804,000 per lot)

12) Lucio Fontana sold of 13 lots out of 17 for a total of $13,174,103 (over $1 million per lot)

13) Julio González sold 14 lots out of 19 for a total of $12,997,763 (over $928,000 per lot)

14) Alberto Giacometti sold 14 lots out of 20 for a total of $11,964,373 (over $854,000 per lot)

15) Claude Monet sold 4 lots out of 4 for a total of $11,541,226 (over $2.8 million per lot)

16) Joan Miró sold 85 lots out of 111 for a total of $11,078,216 (over $130,000 per lot)

17) Edgar Degas sold 17 lots out of 21 for a total of $10,881,852 (over $640,000 per lot)

18) Claude-Joseph Vernet sold 10 lots out of 13 for a total of $10,222,405 (over $1 million per lot)

19) André Derain sold 15 lots out of 21 for a total of $9,548,678 (over $636,000 per lot)

20) Jean Michel Basquiat sold 8 lots out of 10 for a total of $9,406,554 (over $1.1 million per lot)

  • The top 20 selling artists' 2010 total: $407,207,385

  • As of March 31, 2011, includes results from all major and mid-level auction houses

Source: MutualArt.com

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