Art Basel in Miami, one of the most recognized art fairs in the world, iwhere it’s almost become as socially significant to see and be seen as it is to acquire fine art, closed December 10.

While works typically don’t go for mega amounts (relatively speaking, especially since it has been revealed that Abu Dhabi's Department of Culture and Tourism paid $450 million for Leonardo’s "Salvator Mundi" painting), many Basel works this year did fetch more than $1 million.

ArtNet News, a trade publication, posted a rundown of some of the more significant sales:

1. Bruce Nauman’s installation titled Untitled (Two Wolves, Two Deer) reportedly sold for $9.5 million to a collector in Asia.

2. Artist of the moment Mark Bradford saw his triptych, "Moon Rocks," reportedly sell for $5 million.

3. Ellsworth Kelly’s "Sumac" from 1959 reportedly sold for between $4 million to $5 million.

4. James Rosenquists’s "Coenties Slip Studio" from 1961 reportedly went for $2.7 million.

5. Mary Corse’s "Untitled" from this year, and another of her paintings, reportedly sold for between $250,000 and $300,000. She has two highly anticipated exhibitions slated for 2018.

6. Janas Wood’s "WKS NPP #1," "DKG NPP #2," and "Maritime NPP#8," all from this year, reportedly sold for $250,000 to $275,000.