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Four Short Stories - Signed Print by Christopher Wool 2004 - MyArtBroker

Four Short Stories
Signed Print

Christopher Wool

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Medium: Digital Print

Edition size: 65

Year: 2004

Size: H 48cm x W 33cm

Signed: Yes

Format: Signed Print


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The value of Christopher Wool's Four Short Stories (signed) is estimated to be worth between £3,700 and £5,500. This digital print artwork, created in 2004, has shown a steady value growth, with an average annual growth rate of 3%. This work has an auction history of three sales since its entry to the market in April 2013. The most recent sale was in February 2022, with an average return to the seller of £2,024. The edition size of this artwork is limited to 65.

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Auction Results

Auction DateAuction HouseArtwork
Hammer Price
Return to Seller
Buyer Paid
January 2021Phillips London - United KingdomFour Short Stories - Signed Print
September 2013Christie's London - United KingdomFour Short Stories - Signed Print
April 2013Phillips New York - United StatesFour Short Stories - Signed Print

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