LA's J. Paul Getty Museum paid over $65 million for an Edouard Manet painting at a Christie's auction in New York this week, setting a new record price for the French Impressionist artist's work. The museum believes the painting - "Spring (Le Printemps)" - is now easily one of the top five paintings in its entire collection. (Which is a little insane if you've ever been to the Getty Museum before - its collection is HUGE.) Manet initially painted "Spring" to be the first in a series of four portraits that portrayed the four seasons through images of women. In this painting, for example, Spring is expressed through a portrait of Parisian actress Jeanne Demarsy in floral print and gloves. However, the artist died in 1883 with only two of the intended works completed: "Autumn" and "Spring". As a result, "Spring" was the final work Manet was ever able to show at a Salon before his passing.