If you really appreciated art history in college but don’t have a hedge fund, you probably weren’t lucky enough to be at Christie’s record-breaking art auction last week, where the art house brought in $495 million selling contemporary art made by a bunch of frustrated, poor artists who hated commodities. But here’s a collection of look-alikes that will class up your place for way, way less, and no one will ever know you’re not Leo DiCaprio. Above, the record-breaking Dustheads by Jean-Michel Basquiat, $48.8 million. Below: your new painting by lesser known artist, $200:
But wait, there’s more! You can have Jackson Pollock’s Number 19 for $58.4 million:
Mark Rothko’s Untitled (Black on Maroon), $27 million:
“Tribute to Mark Rothko,” yours for…$0.01?
Willem de Kooning, Woman (Blue Eyes), $19.2 million:
Roy Lichtenstein’s Woman With Flowered Hat, $56.1 million:
This public service announcement, $29.99:
Now all that’s left for you to do is put on your smoking jacket, sit back with that bottle of Two-Buck Chuck, and enjoy the art.