Christie’s New York has announced that it will be auctioning off Andy Warhol’s Marlon, a silkscreened portrait, executed in 1966, of Marlon Brando, based on a publicity still from the 1953 film The Wild One. In 2008, a Warhol portrait of Brando from 1966 sold at Christie’s for $32,521,000. The work will go on sale Nov. 14, and is estimated “in the region of $20 million.” Really? $20 million? C’mon! My Dad use to say: “whatever someone is willing to pay, then that’s what its worth!” What do you think? $20 million? Seriously? I think its crazy! What’s your opinion? Connect with me on Face Book!