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High-end flippers fuel art auctions

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Returning to the auction rooms: Andy Warhol's Six Self Portraits at Christie's and Peter Doig's The Architect's Home in the Ravine at Sotheby's (above). The Doig is resold so frequently that one dealer calls it a "frequent flier".

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Returning to the auction rooms: Andy Warhol's Six Self Portraits at Christie's (above) and Peter Doig's The Architect's Home in the Ravine at Sotheby's. The Doig is resold so frequently that one dealer calls it a "frequent flier".

PETER DOIG's painting of a house in the woods is up for sale. Again. The work returns to Sotheby's in London on Wednesday with an estimate as high as £18 million (S$33 million), the top lot at the contemporary art evening auction. It has been just two years since Christie's sold it for £11.3...

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