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The first session of a Russian art sale at Sotheby's has yielded $9.6 million
The first session of a Russian art sale at Sotheby's has yielded $9.6 million. On Monday the auction house put up for sale furniture, clocks, and Faberge gold and silverware, while Tuesday sees Russian paintings go under the hammer. In the run up to the sale, Sotheby's said that last year it had been the top venue for Russian art, bringing in almost $154 million. "Vision of St. Sergius, When a Child," a painting dated 1922 by artist Mikhail Nesterov, is currently the most expensive lot, priced at $3 million. "The Inspector General" by Boris Grigoryev, "Mongol Tsam" by Nicholas Roerich and "Lady with a Parasol" by Natalia Goncharova have price tags of about $1 million each.
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