10 Most Expensive Artworks Sold in June Auctions

The top ten most expensive works of fine art sold at auction in June 2005, according to
artnet's Price Database, sold for a total of more than 69 million.
 
 
  Kees van Dongen
Title: Femme au grand chapeau
Sale of: Sotheby's London: Monday, June 20, 2005
Estimate: US$ 5,444,646 - 7,259,528
Sold for: US$ 9,178,181
 
 
  Francis Bacon
Title: Portrait of George Dyer staring into a mirror
Sale of: Christie's London: Thursday, June 23, 2005
Estimate: US$ 4,604,051 - 6,445,672
Sold for: US$ 9,007,299
 
  Maurice de Vlaminck
Title: Le jardinier
Sale of: Sotheby's London: Monday, June 20, 2005
Estimate: US$ 4,604,051 - 6,445,672
Sold for: US$ 8,770,909
 
 
  Lucian Freud
Title: Man with a feather (Self-portrait)
Sale of: Sotheby's London: Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Estimate: 3,629,764 - 5,444,646
Sold for: US$ 6,759,124
 
  Paul Signac
Title: Les Andelys. Les laveuses
Sale of: Sotheby's London: Monday, June 20, 2005
Estimate: 2,722,323 - 3,629,764
Sold for: US$ 6,632,727
 
 
  Paul Gauguin
Title: Nature morte aux mangos
Sale of: Sotheby's London: Monday, June 20, 2005
Estimate: US$ 5,524,861 - 7,366,482
Sold for: US$ 6,530,909
 
  Amedeo Modigliani
Title: Portrait de Jeanne Hébuterne
Sale of: Christie's London: Tuesday, June 21, 2005
Estimate: US$ 2,762,430 - 3,683,241
Sold for: US$ 5,920,000
 
 
  Juan Gris
Title: Paysage et maisons à Céret
Sale of: Sotheby's London: Monday, June 20, 2005
Estimate: US$ 5,444,646 - 7,259,528
Sold for: US$ 5,920,000
 
  Maurice de Vlaminck
Title: Péniche sur la Seine
Sale of: Christie's London: Tuesday, June 21, 2005
Estimate: US$ 5,156,537 - 6,445,672
Sold for: US$ 5,716,363
 
 
  Pablo Picasso
Title: Homme à la pipe
Sale of: Sotheby's London: Monday, June 20, 2005
Estimate: US$ 4,537,205 - 6,352,087
Sold for: US$ 5,512,727
 
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