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Chinese artwork sells for record price of $77m

Oct 26. 2020
Part of Ming Dynasty painter Wu Bin's long scroll entitled Ten Views of a Fantastic Rock. [Photo Credit: China Daily]
Part of Ming Dynasty painter Wu Bin's long scroll entitled Ten Views of a Fantastic Rock. [Photo Credit: China Daily]
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By China Daily

The Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) painter Wu Bin's long scroll Ten Views of a Fantastic Rock was sold for 512.9 million yuan ($76.6 million) at the 15th Anniversary Celebration of Beijing Poly Auction on Sunday, marking the highest auction price for ancient Chinese artworks.

Ancient Chinese calligraphy works and paintings were fetched a total price of 1.08 billion yuan during the day's auction events.

Part of Ming Dynasty painter Wu Bin's long scroll entitled Ten Views of a Fantastic Rock.[Photo provided to China Daily]

Part of Ming Dynasty painter Wu Bin's long scroll entitled Ten Views of a Fantastic Rock.[Photo provided to China Daily]

Part of Ming Dynasty painter Wu Bin's long scroll entitled Ten Views of a Fantastic Rock.[Photo provided to China Daily]Part of Ming Dynasty painter Wu Bin's long scroll entitled Ten Views of a Fantastic Rock.[Photo provided to China Daily]Ming Dynasty painter Wu Bin's long scroll entitled Ten Views of a Fantastic Rock.[Photo provided to China Daily]

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