“Tonight’s result is testament to the truly outstanding quality of the works on offer. To follow our highest totals for Impressionist and Modern art sales in New York, with another sensational sale in London, emphasises the strength of what is undoubtedly a truly global market. Our worldwide network of specialists are working with a broader collector base than ever before, so whether it’s New York, London, or any of our worldwide selling locations, we are seeing incredibly strong results across the board,” said Melanie Clore, Chairman, Sotheby’s Europe & Co-Chairman Worldwide, Impressionist & Modern Art, Helena Newman, Sotheby’s Co-Head, Impressionist & Modern Art Worldwide, said: “Tonight’s sale was led by three exceptional restituted works, each of the highest calibre and each with its own story to tell. Over recent years advances in the process

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