Home Videos Photos

World's Most Expensive Painting: The Scream Sells For $120 Million

| Filed under: Business Blitz

World's Most Expensive Painting: The Scream  Sells For $120

WHO the hell has that kind of money to spend on a painting??

On Thursday, The Scream by Edvard Munch was sold for nearly $120 million — making it the most expensive artwork ever sold!

The new owner of the eerie pastel painting is anonymous. Howeves, we DO know that he/she just looooves creepy paintings!!

The Scream was expected to be auctioned off for about $200 million. So… we suppose the buyer kinda got a good deal… right??

The previous record for most pricey painting was set by Picasso's Nude, Green Leaves, and Bust, which sold for $106.5 million two years ago.

That makes seaside fear the new misshaped boobies!

Tags: , , , , ,

10 comments to “World's Most Expensive Painting: The Scream Sells For $120 Million”



  1. 1

    *Most expensive painting sold in an auction. The most expensive painting was a Cezanne and it sold for more than $200 million.



  2. 2

    It's not creepy at all, you're just a pansy assed moron.



  3. 3

    It is a stunning piece of art work. The story behind it is very interesting and strange.



  4. 4

    Probably sold to a twenty-something Wall Street fund manager, who will spill beer and pizza on it!



  5. 5

    and to think millions of people are dieing of hunger in the world. such a shame. our civilization deserves nothing but to die.



  6. 6

    I wish I had so much money I could bid on expensive artwork.

  7. nishu says – reply to this


    7

    Indeed this one is an expensive artwork, but Paul Cézanne’s “The Card Players” (1892-93) claims to be the most expensive painting:

  8. sajrool rahman says – reply to this


    8

    i like it very much.i wish i had so big amount for purchased it.

  9. sajrool rahman says – reply to this


    9

    Re: futuremrslabeouf – i will give you baby

  10. whotsamattaU says – reply to this


    10

    Nope Adele Block-Bauer sold for 135 million. Painting by Klimt