Phillips de Pury & Company’s November London Photographs auction totaled £1,405,650 / $2,249,040 selling74% by value and 61% by lot. The top lot of the sale was Helmut Newton’s work entitled Charlotte Rampling at the Hotel Nord Pinus II, Arles, 1973 which sold for £181,250/$290,000. “It was extremely reassuring to see such stellar results for the works by Josef Sudek. The panoramic print of Prague was an exceptional work and this was reflected in the steadfast attention it attracted.” Lou Proud, Head of Photographs, London, Phillips de Pury & Company.
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