for every person that she touched, that will be her legacy.''For me it was deeper than fanship.My relationship with Mary Tyler Moore actually helped me to understand, when I would run into other people and they would say whatever they would say to me, I would pay attention and they would say, "You are my Mary!'The fact that I was a young girl watching that show, being myself in the light of the character that she created, and saw through her value system in a way to elevate my own...
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Oprah Winfrey has sold a Gustav Klimt painting to a private buyer in China for a staggering $150 million - earning herself a $63 million profit in a decade.
The billionaire bought the Austrian painter's Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer II for $87.9 million back in 2006 at Christie's in New York.
Oprah was approached last year by art dealer Larry Gagosian who had a Chinese buyer interested in purchasing the 100-year-old painting, Bloomberg reports.
The sale was one of the most expensive private art deals in 2016.
The chat show star also took to social media to pay tribute to the television icon, and shared a sweet flashback photo of a previous on-screen meeting between the pair.'It’s the first time I would recall a public figure in recent years passing — and we’ve lost so many people recently – where I actually sat down and shed tears about it,' Winfrey told Entertainment Tonight of the moment Moore surprised her on her eponymous talk show. 'Winfrey could be heard crying as she recalled the meeting from two decades ago.
“The moment she surprised me on that show was a life-changing moment for many reasons. She tweeted: 'Even now looking at this picture I want to cry.'I still can't believe Mary Tyler Moore touched my face.
Oprah's painting is one of two formal portraits that Klimt made of Jewish woman Adele Bloch-Bauer.
The first - Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I - became the subject of Hollywood film The Woman in Gold starring Helen Mirren Billionaire Ronald Lauder, who owns the German and Austrian art museum, purchased the first Adele portrait for 5 million in 2006.
" And I would say, "Boy, do I get that."' The small screen superstar died on Wednesday surrounded by family members who flocked to say their goodbyes at a Connecticut hospital.