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Uploaded by : Sanaz Yamin | 04/21/09

  • Title:
    Benefits Supervisor Sleeping
  • Artist:
    Lucian Freud
  • Year:
  • Description:
    'Benefits Supervisor Sleeping' broke the record for the highest price paid in an auction for a work of art by a living artist, selling at a Christie's auction in May of 2008 for $33.64 million. Previously, Jeff Koons' 'Hanging Heart' held the record, which sold the previous November for $23.6 million.
  • Disciplines and Movements:
    20th-Century & Beyond, Neo-Expressionism and Painting
  • Themes and Tags:
    intimate, perverse, saturated and visceral

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