December 29, 2013

10 of the DIA's most valuable works of art

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“Gladioli” by Claude Monet: $12M-$20M
“Gladioli” by Claude Monet: $12M-$20M
“Mosquito Nets” by John Singer Sargent: $4.5M-$8M
“Mosquito Nets” by John Singer Sargent: $4.5M-$8M
The Palla Altarpiece by Neri Di Bicci: $8M-15M
The Palla Altarpiece by Neri Di Bicci: $8M-15M
Scheme for the decoration of the ceiling of the Sistine by Michelangelo Buonarroti: $12M-$20M
Scheme for the decoration of the ceiling of the Sistine by Michelangelo Buonarroti: $12M-$20M
“Dancers in the Green Room” by Edgar Degas: $20M-40M
“Dancers in the Green Room” by Edgar Degas: $20M-40M
“The Window (Le Guéridon)” by Henri Matisse,: $40M-$80M
“The Window (Le Guéridon)” by Henri Matisse,: $40M-$80M
“The Visitation” by Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn: $50M-90M
“The Visitation” by Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn: $50M-90M
“Self Portrait with Straw Hat” by Vincent Van Gogh: $80M-150M
“Self Portrait with Straw Hat” by Vincent Van Gogh: $80M-150M
“The Wedding Dance” by Pieter Bruegel I: $100M-$200M
“The Wedding Dance” by Pieter Bruegel I: $100M-$200M
“Madonna and Child” by Giovanni Bellini: $4M-$10M
“Madonna and Child” by Giovanni Bellini: $4M-$10M