Eleven Pablo Picasso artworks that were on display at a Las Vegas restaurant for…


Eleven Pablo Picasso artworks that were on display at a Las Vegas restaurant for over 20 years will hit the auction block this October, just two days before what would have been the artist’s 140th birthday. Part of MGM Resorts’ sizable art collection, the pieces had long been a fixture at Picasso, a Michelin-starred French and Spanish eatery in the Bellagio that is inspired by its namesake’s life and work. The collection — which includes paintings, works on paper and one ceramic work — has a combined top estimate of $104.2 million, according to Sotheby’s auction house, which is organizing the sale. Tap the link in our bio to learn more.⁠

(📸: Courtesy Sotheby’s and MGM Resorts)



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  1. 100 million is alot for a normal person but in La the rich people would probably but this in a heart beat most likely

  2. Meanwhile there are plenty of living artists with exceptional work that are starving. Why can’t we support living artists with the same ferocity used to support dead ones?

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