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Top 10 Most Expensive Fine Art Paintings on Amazon

Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century (II.226-235) by Andy Warhol (Screenprint) – $265,000.00

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Fictitious Parrot by Nicolas Robert (Lithography) – $275,000.00

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An English frigate amidst much activity in the Bay of Naples with Vesuvius erupting beyond by John Thomas Serres (Lithography) – $285,000.00

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The Artist and His Wife by Marc Chagall (Gouache) – $285,000.00

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Irish Grey Mare by Sir Alfred James Munnings (Oil) $485,000.00

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The Dockside Liverpool at Night by John Atkinson Grimshaw (Oil) – $495,000.00

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Football by Fedor Ivanovich Zakharov (Oil) – $495,000.00

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Child At Prayer by Eastman Johnson (Oil) – $525,000.00

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Le portrait d’une jeune femme by Pierre Auguste Renoir (Pastel) – $800,000.00

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Willie Gillis: Package from Home by Norman Rockwell (Oil) – $4,985,000.00

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Check out the Top 10 most expensive Fine Art prints available on Amazon. Leading by a couple million, Normal Rockwell’s Willie Gillis: Package from Home is going for a whopping $4,985,000. The reviews for these products are also a joy to look over, some even saying to use acetone to destroy the paitning to reveal a map that can only be revealed atop Mt Kilimanjaro.

If you’re looking to spend something a couple million less however, Amazon does a have a large selection of Fine Art and Collectables.

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Triptych by Francis Bacon Auctioned for $142M, Sets World Record

Triptych by Francis Bacon Auctioned for $142M, Sets World Record - The Capsule

Triptych by Francis Bacon Auctioned for $142M, Sets World Record - The Capsule

Yesterday a world record was set, but not for speed. Artist Francis Bacon’s triptych of ‘Three Studies of Lucien Freud‘ sold for an unprecedented $142 million at Christie’s Auction House in Manhattan. Not only was the 1969 painting sold for $142, but it was sold within 6 minutes of bidding. The previous record holder was ‘Scream‘ by Edvard Munch. (Via NY Post)

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Paintings of 5,500 doomed Dogs

Paintings of 5,500 Dogs  - The Capsule Design Blog

Paintings of 5,500 Dogs  - The Capsule Design Blog

Paintings of 5,500 Dogs  - The Capsule Design Blog

Paintings of 5,500 Dogs  - The Capsule Design Blog

Paintings of 5,500 Dogs  - The Capsule Design Blog

Paintings of 5,500 Dogs  - The Capsule Design Blog

Paintings of 5,500 Dogs  - The Capsule Design Blog

Paintings of 5,500 Dogs  - The Capsule Design Blog

Mark Barone is a painter who knows the pain of losing a dear pet. When his partner Marina began researching to adopt a new dog she came across loads of information on how many dogs die each day at kill shelters across America. 5,500 shelter dogs are killed every day in the United States. When Marina shared this information with Barone he didn’t want to see it,  “Two days later, he said, ‘I have a really clear vision of what I want to do to solve the problem.'” Barone set out to give those animals a face by committing to paint 5,500 portraits of shelter dogs, using photos of the animals from shelter websites from around the country.

Over two years into the project now, Barone has more than 3,500 portraits complete. Most of the dogs are painted on 12″x12″ wood panels. To find out more about Mark Barone’s ultimate goal for these paintings please visit his website “An Act of Dog”.

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