Sotheby’s holds fine art auction in Beijing

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0:06 Zao Wou-ki painting
0:36 Kevin Ching, Chief Executive Sotheby’s Asia interview
1:06 Bidders enjoy the auction
1:31 Works from western artists
1:58 Rembrant painting buyer

At Sotheby’s first fine art auction in Beijing, the painting ‘Abstraction’ by Chinese artist Zao Wou-ki sold for more than twice its estimated value. But Sotheby’s wouldn’t reveal whether it managed to find a buyer for the Rembrant painting on offer. Tom Griggs reports

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