World’s Most Expensive Painting Goes on Display at Tate Modern

The most expensive painting to be sold at auction – Nude, Green Leaves and Bust 1932 by Pablo Picasso – went on display for the first time in the UK at Tate Modern today.

The painting was sold at Christie’s, New York on 4 May 2010 to a private collector for a world record price of $106.5m. Now you can see it in London for free!

You’ll find Nude, Green Leaves and Bust in the new Pablo Picasso room on Level 3 of Tate Modern, where it’ll be on show for two years.

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