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Photography - 10 Most Expensive Photographs Ever Sold at Auction
Andreas Gursky, Edward Steichen, Richard Prince,  Joseph Philibert, Girault de Prangey, Diane Arbus


Andreas Gursky Most Expensive Photo Sold
Andreas Gursky: 99 Cent II Diptychon 2001 $3,346,456 Sotheby’s 2007

Edward Steichen Moonlight Most Expensive Photo Sold
Edward Steichen: Moonlight -1904 $2,928,000 Sotheby’s New York 2006

The 41x50cm photograph, depicts moonlight between trees and reflecting on a pond, and appears to be in color.
However, color photography did not begin until 1907, three years after the photograph was taken.
Steichen used layers of light-sensitive gum to create an impression of color. Only three prints exist

Richard Prince - Million Dollar Photo
Richard Prince: Cowboy -1989 $1,248,000 Christie’s New York, 2005
This modern cowboy is the most famous works by master photographer Richard Prince.
 Cowboy was perhaps an odd choice as the first photograph to reach a million dollars at auction.
The photograph, which was taken in 1989 as part of a Marlboro ad.
Diane Arbus Twins Photo - Inspired Director Stanley Kubrick
Diane Arbus: Identical Twins - 1967 $478,400 Sotheby’s New York, 2004
A strange and almost disturbing photo depicting twin sisters in almost identical pose is  said
 to inspire the terrible "ghost twins" in Stanley Kubrick’s  The Shining
La Gary The Great Wave
Gustave Le Gray: The Great Wave -1857 $838,000 Sotheby’s London 1999
Le Gray is arguably the most important French photographer of the 19th Century.
This beautiful work was previously in the Jammes Collection until auctioned by Sotheby’s.
Le Gray marked the first time that a photographer managed to expose landscape and sky correctly in the same image.

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