"Le Sauvetage" by Pablo Picasso is on display during a preview of Sotheby's impressionist and modern art evening sale in New York, May 2, 2014. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand
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Pablo Picasso's colorful 1932 oil painting "The Rescue" sold for $31.5 million at a New York auction Wednesday, far exceeding its $14 million to $18 million estimate."The Rescue" led the bidding at a Sotheby's sale of impressionist and modern art. Wednesday's sale featured four sculptures and an oil painting by Alberto Giacometti.That sale raised more than $285 million, including $27 million for a Claude Monet painting that has not been publicly exhibited since 1926 .
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