'The Scream' Sells For $119.9 Million

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'The Scream' Sells For $119.9 Million

Edvard Munch's expressionist drawing The Scream sold at Sotheby's for $119.9 million, the highest price ever paid for a work of art at auction. What do you think?

  • "Yeah, way to trumpet to the world that you’re a total cat-burglar failure."

    Noel Zissis
    Travel Guide
  • "That's probably Nick over at Sotheby's. He does great work."

    Jim Partridge
    Personal Attendant
  • "Oh, God, that's right. What was I thinking? Hey, you don't have $119.9 million I could borrow, do you?"

    Teri Gerwig
    Naphtha-Plant Treater