(FILES) File picture taken 10 November 1 : News Photo
(FILES) File picture taken 10 November 1 : News Photo

(FILES) File picture taken 10 November 1

New York, UNITED STATES: (FILES) File picture taken 10 November 1997 shows Christopher Burge, chairman of Christie's (L), starting the bidding for Pablo Picasso's painting, 'Le Reve' in New York at an auction of the collection of Victor and Sally Ganz. According to reports 18 October, 2006 a US casino magnat, Steve Wynn, who was planning to sell his Picasso painting for 139 millions USD, gave up his project after making accidentally a hole, with his elbow, in the middle of the painting a couple of weeks ago. Wynn released the buyer from the sale agreement and decided to keep the painting himself. AFP PHOTO FILE Stan HONDA (Photo credit should read STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)


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Credit:STAN HONDA / Staff
Editorial #:72205295
Date created:October 18, 2006
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