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Virtual Interior: Portrait Of A Duck - Signed Print by Roy Lichtenstein 1995 - MyArtBroker

Virtual Interior: Portrait Of A Duck
Signed Print

Roy Lichtenstein

£20,000-£30,000

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$40,000-$60,000 Value Indicator

$35,000-$50,000 Value Indicator

¥190,000-¥280,000 Value Indicator

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¥4,070,000-¥6,110,000 Value Indicator

$26,000-$40,000 Value Indicator

-7% AAGR

AAGR (5 years) This estimate blends recent public auction records with our own private sale data and network demand.

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Medium: Screenprint

Edition size: 20

Year: 1995

Size: H 72cm x W 71cm

Signed: Yes

Format: Signed Print

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The value of Roy Lichtenstein’s Virtual Interior: Portrait Of A Duck (signed) is estimated to be worth between £20,000 and £30,000. This screenprint, created in 1995, has shown consistent value growth since its first sale in April 2018. In the last 12 months, the hammer price has varied from £15,850 in May 2023 to £34,722 in March 2020. The average annual growth rate of this work is -7% and the edition size is limited to 20. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a work by this highly regarded artist.

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Auction Results

Auction DateAuction HouseArtwork
Hammer Price
Return to Seller
Buyer Paid
May 2023Bonhams New York - United StatesVirtual Interior: Portrait Of A Duck - Signed Print
March 2020Sotheby's London - United KingdomVirtual Interior: Portrait Of A Duck - Signed Print
April 2018Sotheby's New York - United StatesVirtual Interior: Portrait Of A Duck - Signed Print

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