The Top 5 Highest Selling Limited Edition Prints of all time

The Top 5 Highest Selling Limited Edition Prints of all time

Limited edition prints are a popular way for art collectors to own an exclusive piece of artwork. Here is a list of the top five highest selling limited edition prints of all time:

  1. "The Tree of Life" by Gustav Klimt - This print was released in 1909 and has sold over 10 million copies worldwide.

  2. "Le Chat Noir" by Théophile Steinlen - Originally created as an advertisement for a French cabaret, this print has been reproduced countless times since its initial release in 1896.

  3. "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" by Katsushika Hokusai - This iconic Japanese woodblock print from the early 19th century has been reproduced in countless forms, including limited edition prints.

  4. "Campbell's Soup Cans" by Andy Warhol - This series of screenprints depicting Campbell's soup cans was first exhibited in 1962 and has become one of Warhol's most famous works.

  5. "Balloon Dog (Orange)" by Jeff Koons - This sculpture was produced in a limited edition run of just five pieces, each selling for millions of dollars at auction.

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