Recordbreaking Artwork Displayed At Portland Museum

Dated: January 29 2014

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PORTLAND, Oregon (AP) - The most expensive artwork ever sold at auction is on display at the Portland Art Museum. In New York last month, an anonymous collector paid more than US$142 million (S$180 million) for the Three Studies Of Lucian Freud - a 1969 painting by Francis Bacon. The Oregonian reports the museum is on highest alert for the next three months as it exhibits the work before it goes into to the owner's private collection. Cameras and guards are on duty 24 hours, and the museum will add security if larger-than-expected crowds show up. Chief curator Bruce Guenther says he didn't have to twist arms to land the piece. He simply called the owner and asked. Link here.
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