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A photo released 30 April 1998 by Sotheby's New York shows Andy Warhol's "Orange Marilyn"

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<p>A photo released 30 April 1998 by Sotheby's New York shows Andy Warhol's "Orange Marilyn", a silkscreen painting made in 1964, based on a 1952 publicity still of Marilyn Monroe. The painting fetched 17.3 million USD at Sotheby's auction 14 May, the highest sum ever paid for a work by Warhol. (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/Getty Images)</p>

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022-52026266
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Getty (still images)
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A photo released 30 April 1998 by Sotheby's New York shows Andy Warhol's "Orange Marilyn"
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AFP/Getty Images
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<p>A photo released 30 April 1998 by Sotheby's New York shows Andy Warhol's "Orange Marilyn", a silkscreen painting made in 1964, based on a 1952 publicity still of Marilyn Monroe. The painting fetched 17.3 million USD at Sotheby's auction 14 May, the highest sum ever paid for a work by Warhol. (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/Getty Images)</p>
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arts, culture and entertainment
economy, business and finance
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1998-04-301998-04-30