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Banksy’s ‘Show me the Monet’ fetches nearly $10m, becomes his 2nd most expensive artwork

By Reuters
13 November 2020   |   11:00 am
England-based street artist Banksy's reimagining of Claude Monet's Impressionist water lilies painting, 'Show me the Monet', sold for more than £7.5 million (€8.4m, $9.8m) during an auction led by Sotheby's in London on Wednesday.

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