Art is not only one of the most priceless things in the world, it can also be extremely expensive. Just imagine that you could buy a mansion or a vintage car for the price of one painting! Sounds crazy, right?

This is why the Enlighten team decided to compile a list of extremely expensive paintings and see what we could get instead if we had an extra couple of million dollars.

9. Jeanne (Spring), Edouard Manet, $69.4 million

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Jeanne (Spring) by French artist Edouard Manet was painted in 1881. It was meant to become a part of a quadriptych, but the artist died with only half of the project finished.

What could you buy instead if you had this amount of money? Well, how about a vintage 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO, which was sold for $52 million? This beauty now holds the record for the most expensive car ever sold.

8. Vase with Fifteen Sunflowers, Vincent van Gogh, $88.1 million

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Vase with Fifteen Sunflowers is another painting series that’s on our list. There were 7 versions of them, all different in colors and quantities.

The Pink Star diamond, which was presented at a Hong Kong auction in 2017, holds the title for the most expensive diamond. This 59.60 carat pink gem was sold for a whopping $71.2 million.

7. Le Bassin aux Nymphéas, Claude Monet, $94.2 million

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The Water Lily Pond is a painting by Claude Monet, one of a huge series of around 250 works.

If you love vampire legends, take a look at Dracula’s castle which you could buy for $90 million. The building’s real name is Bran Castle, and it was built in 1388. Not sure about the vampires, but with a little imagination, this place could surely send some shivers down your spine.

6. The Scream, Edvard Munch, $130 million

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The Scream by Edvard Munch is so popular that everyone has probably heard about or seen it at least once in their life. When sold in 2012, this piece broke the Guinness World Record for the most expensive painting.

Well, $118.7 million can buy you the PJ World Explorer superyacht, which is scheduled to be built in 2020.

5. Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I, Gustav Klimt, $168.8 million

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The Lady in Gold, which is another name for this masterpiece, has a complicated history. It was stolen in 1941 and wasn’t returned to the Bloch-Bauer family until 2006. They turned around and sold it almost immediately.

With the $168.8 million they got for it, you could buy the majestic Palazzo di Amore. This $129 million mansion is a piece of art itself, with its own spa, pools, vineyards,and even a waterfall.

4. Pendant portraits of Maerten Soolmans and Oopjen Coppit, Rembrandt, $191 million

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The portraits were painted in 1634 for the couple’s wedding and were purchased in 2015 by both France and the Netherlands. Both parties agreed that it’s better to not separate the duo, so they’re constantly traveling between Rijksmuseum and the Louvre.

With the $191 million you could probably buy Skorpios Island. It belongs to the Onassis family and is not for sale, but it’s surrounded by various rumors. One of them was that Giorgio Armani bought the island for $190 million.

3. Nafea Faa Ipoipo, Paul Gauguin, $223 million