The name of the famous Painter Pablo Picasso of Spain is taken with great respect in the world of painting. His painting is sold for auction at a price of crores. Once again Picasso’s painting has set the world record at auction. His painting is sold at a price of more than 700 crores. Picasso’s famous painting called ‘Merry Three’ was spoken in the city of New York, USA.
This painting was made by Picasso in 1932. Nearly 90 years later, when this painting was put in front of the audience, it set a world record. Actually the painting was auctioned at a price of $90 million, but its total value was increased to $103.4 million, ie Rs 700 crore, including taxes and other charges.
The painting sold in 19 minutes
According to the information, there was no delay in the bidding of this painting and the people quickly fixed its price. In just 19 minutes, Picasso’s painting sold for $ 103.4 million. Picasso, famous all over the world, was born in 1881 in Spain. He died in 1973. While most areas are facing recession due to the epidemic and the market is shutting down, the sale of Picasso’s paintings for 700 crores proves how big a name he is in Kalakshetra.
Talking about the theme of this painting, a girl is seen sitting next to a window in it. Eight years ago, the same painting was sold at an auction in London for $44.8 million. Now it has been auctioned at more than double the price. So far, Picasso’s five paintings have been sold for more than 100 million. Picasso’s paintings are the top most auction in the world.
Second painting included in 100 million club in two years
This is the second time in the last two years that Picasso’s paintings have been sold at a price of more than 100 million. Let us tell you that many paintings of Pablo Picasso of Spain have been very famous and controversial. Picasso had taken the painting brush in his hands since childhood. At the age of just 15, he used to surprise everyone by making amazing paintings. Many paintings of Picasso made on human atrocities have become quite famous in the world.