A work by early 20th century Czech painter Jan Preisler sold in auction in Prague on Sunday for 6.5 million crowns, Albert Trnka of the European Arts auction house announced. The painting, called Three Young Women in the Forest, complete with the auction house’s fee will cost the new owner a total of more than eight million crowns. According to Mr Trnka, the price is the second-highest fetched by a Preisler work.
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