The entries at Christie’s in New York soir ont parit d’elles avec des records battus et la vente exceptionalnelle d’un squelette de dinosaur.
Baptisé le Raptor, le squelette d’un Deinonychus antirrhopus, constitué de 126 os fossilisés et mesurant plus de 3 mètres de long, été adjugé pour 12,4 miljona dałaraw, frais inclus, à un client asiatique d, ‘enchères.
C’est le deuxième prix le plus élevé pour une telle relique, loin cependant derrière un spécimen de la grande star, le Tyrannosaurus Rex, delta in 2020 for 31.8 million dollars.
Frustrations of paleontologists
In a good state of conservation, the Raptor, which is located in the entrance of Christie’s in Manhattan, is presented as a complete addition to this specialty. The avait has discovered the last years in Wolf Canyon, in Montana, and touches this one in the evening.
Plus Petit que le T-Rex, plus agile aussi, le Deinonychus antirrhopus and inspired by Velociraptor from Steven Spielberg’s 1993 film Jurassic Park. In reality, it is the work of two different specimens, but the screenwriters are open to some freedom from the scientific truth …
These dinosaur skeletons have always been in the hands of young people, who are frustrated by paleontologists, who have a chance to find some of their exhibits in museums.
Entry for Degas sculpture and Picasso bronze
This sale sells a traditional plus, marked not only by a record for Edgar Degas (1834-1917). for the French artist. It is a contemporary and non-original bronze, exhibited at the National Art Gallery of Washington.
The record for pouring a sculpture of Degas was made into an author’s version of the fifth dance ($ 24 million in 2015), but the sale of jeudi soir is also the record for all the French money, given by Dansela peuse “($ 37 million). in 2008). The sculpture features two parts of the collection of the Anne Bass collection, an American affair and a decade-long collection in 2020, which also includes the billionaire epic and the heritage of an empire of Peter.
Another record, in the frame of a secret sale in the XX century, with a “Mother of God (Fernande)” by Pablo Picasso, gave the bronze plus the Spanish artist Jamais sold for sale, 48 million dollars. It is located next to the Metropolitan Museum of New York, which is a model of this sculpture.