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10 Most Expensive Photographs in the World

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Sometimes photographers amaze us with their art, the ability to uniquely reflect the world around us and get a look at it from a different angle. And sometimes doing something completely disgusting or normal so that it is impossible to understand why the work is recognized as a masterpiece. Some of these photos were shot on 35mm film and some on digital. It just shows that the camera doesn’t matter. Anyway, these photos were sold for millions of dollars.

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The Rhine II 1999 Andreas Gursky born 1955 Presented by the Friends of the Tate Gallery 2000 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/P78372

#1 Rhein II – Andreas Gursky (1999) $4.3 million

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#2 Untitled #96 – Cindy Sherman (1981) $3.9 million

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#3 For Her Majesty – Gilbert & George (1973) $3.7 million

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#4 Dead Troops Talk – Jeff Wall (1992) $3.7 million

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#5 Untitled (Cowboy) – Richard Prince (2001-02) $3.4 million

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#6 99 Cent II, Diptychon – Andreas Gursky (2001) $3.3 million

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#7 Los – Angeles – Andreas Gursky (1998) $2.9 million

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#8 The Pond/Moonlight – Edward Steichen (1904) $2.9 million

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#9 Untitled #153 – Cindy Sherman (1985) $2.7 million

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#10 Billy the Kid – Unknown (1880) $2.3 million

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