Romero Britto Sets New Record With Million Dollar Artwork Sold, "The First Supper"

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With the asking price of one million dollars, The First Supper, a 60" x 120" acrylic and oil on canvas masterpiece was recently sold to an American private collector.

The internationally celebrated visual artist Romero Britto sets a new record-breaking sale of a million-dollar asking price for an acrylic and oil on canvas masterpiece (60" x 120"), "The First Supper" to a private American businessman and art collector. Britto, the founder of "The Happy Art Movement", has exhibited in the most prestigious galleries and museums in over 120 countries, including the Louvre Museum and was the first living visual artist to present his work at the Soumaya Museum. Romero Britto has also created numerous public and private art installations, not to mention the largest in the history of London’s Hyde Park. His artworks are available through the ROMERO BRITTO Fine Art Gallery on Miami Beach's famous Lincoln Road, in over 200 fine art gallery partners worldwide and online at

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