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SEPTENARIUS by Dorothy Dehner sells for $100,800

SEPTENARIUS by Dorothy Dehner sells for $100,800

Sotheby's, Online · 06 Oct, 2020 @ 04:39

The work, executed in 1959, was sold at Sotheby's, Online for more than four times the high estimate.

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