Pollock Flame sold for $8M at Tefaf


A Jackson Pollock painting priced at around $8 million became the most expensive work sold so far at Tefaf, the world's largest art and antiques fair, in the Dutch city of Maastricht, which opened on March 7.

Pollock's The Magic Flame, from about 1946, was bought by a European collector from Hauser & Wirth, based in Zurich and London, said Florian Berktold. [from bloomberg]
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