Paintings are quite an intrigued form of art. A simple painting is something that is understood by all. There are a few paintings that are quite complicated yet they do have a deep meaning to it and are worth a lot of money.
Here, in this article, we are about to share information on some of the world's famous paintings that are worth millions. These are the paintings that can not be understood by a common man and seeing the value of these paintings only ignites a dead artist in you.
There is no offense when it comes to paintings, as it is an art form. The actual paintings that have been sold in millions will only make you ask, WHY, WHY, WHY??
So, find out about these hilarious paintings that actually do not make sense yet they are being sold at such a high cost. These costly paintings will give you a shock! Check them out.
Interchanged by Willem de Kooning
This painting is worth 2013 crore!!! This is the highest price for a painting received till date. This piece of art was completed in 1955.
“No. 5” by Jackson Pollock
This painting was sold at a whopping amount of 939.4 crores!! This painting was created by an American painter named Jackson Pollock who had contributed a lot to abstract expressionist movement.
Mark Rothko created Orange, Red, Yellow
This is one of the most costliest paintings that one would come across. It was sold for 583.1 crore!!! Yeah, take a deep breathe... This beautiful piece of art was created in 1961 by Mark Rothko. It was bought recently by David Pincus.
Untitled by Cy Twombly
This painting is worth 468.3 crore and it is not a joke! This painting was created in 1970, and this painting was created using a white wax crayon. This is a painting that is worth a lot of money.
“Onement Vi” by Barnett Newman
This painting costs 294 crores and yes it is not a joke!! Even we are wondering what is so price worthy about this painting!!! A little info about this painting: This colour field painting was completed in 1953 in the US.
Yellow and Blue by Mark Rothko
This painting measures 2.42 metres by 1.86 metres in size. It is about 8-feet by 6.1-feet and it was completed in 1954. It is apparently 46.5 million!!!