Two early casts from Auguste Rodin's masterpiece The Gates Of Hell have sold for a total of more than 16 million dollars (£10.3m) at a New York City auction.
The Thinker sold for 15.3 million dollars (£9.8m), a new record for the figure. Sotheby's has not said who bought it.
A later cast of the statue was auctioned for just under 12 million dollars in 2010.
The full-scale sculpture was commissioned by publishing magnate Ralph Pulitzer in 1906 and made under Rodin's supervision.
Ugolino And His Children, from 1883, sold for 965,000 dollars (£622,000). The Kiss, from 1909, did not sell.
The pieces were consigned by a private collector.
The Gates, based on Dante's Inferno, was never fully realised. Philadelphia's Rodin Museum owns the first bronze cast of The Gates.
Meanwhile, a French painting owned by Madonna sold at Sotheby's for more than seven million dollars (£4.5m). Sotheby's did not say who bought Fernand Leger's Three Women At The Red Table for 7.2 million dollars. The abstract work had a pre-sale estimate of 5-7 million dollars.
Madonna said she wanted to "trade something valuable for something invaluable" in countries where female education is rare or non-existent. She bought the work at Sotheby's in 1990 for 3.4 million dollars.