5 Versions of 'The Scream' That Can Be Yours for Much Less Than $119.9 Million (PHOTOS)

In record-breaking art news, "The Scream," the famous painting by Edvard Munch, sold this evening for the incredible sum of $119.9 million at Sotheby's. It's the most anyone has ever paid for a piece of art at an auction before, and according to The Wall Street Journal, the price surpassed everyone's expectations. Incredible.

Fortunately, for the rest of us without hundreds of millions of dollars, there are plenty of other versions of the well-known painting to be had as well. They're not real, of course, but frankly I think they're a lot more fun as the reproductions pop up in the most unexpected places. Here are five ways you can get your own version of "The Scream" for a scream of a deal.

Do you own any 'The Scream' reproductions? Do you want one now that the real painting sold for such a high price? Which one?

 

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Kristin Cowles

I drew one on my daughter's magna doodle on a particularly challenging day for me.  Does that count?

Alma45 Alma45

I want the plush doll!

cassi... cassie_kellison

I'm going to sit my 5yr old down and have him make me "Art" that sells for $119.9 Million. I really don't understand art. Why would a person even think of paying $119 on a piece that looks like it was done in crayon by an 8yr old?

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