Apparently. USD 1.284 million , sold at Christie’s in New York on November 8, 2005. Unfortunately it was not mine. The photo was of a man (OK, cowboy) on a horse riding in the desert. From a well known publicity campaign for a cigarette brand. Since I can’t show the photograph here I’ll give you another horse picture, from Bordeaux: Chateau Cheval-Blanc in Saint Emilion.
The world’s most expensive picture
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