David Bowie’s Art Collection

Highlights from the late British rock star’s private art collection, ahead of a Sotheby’s auction this month.

‘Botallack’ by Denis Mitchell, with an estimate of 7,000 GBP – 10,000 GBP, is seen in front of a portrait of British rock star David Bowie during a press view at Sotheby’s auction house, in central London, Britain November 1, 2016. The auction house will stage a three-part sale entitled Bowie/Collector, which includes 350 works from Bowie’s private collection. REUTERS/Hannah McKay



‘Air Power’ by Jean-Michel Basquiat, with an estimate of 2.5 million GBP – 3.5 million GBP. REUTERS/Hannah McKay



‘Ashoka’ Lamp’ by Ettore Sottsass, with an estimate of 800 GBP – 1,200 GBP. REUTERS/Hannah McKay



‘Beautiful, hallo, space-boy painting,’ a collaboration between artist Damien Hirst and David Bowie, with an estimate of 250,000 GBP – 350,000 GBP.



‘Ewigkeitendegottt, Sein Engel’ by August Walla, with an estimate of 6,000 GBP – 8,000 GBP, is seen behind a woman sitting on a sofa by Peter Shire. REUTERS/Hannah McKay



‘Landscape No 87’ by John Virtue, with an estimate of 8,000 GBP – 12,000 GBP. REUTERS/Hannah McKay



‘Fanagalo Store’ by Norman Catherine, with an estimate of 10,000 GBP – 15,000 GBP. REUTERS/Hannah McKay



‘Radio-Phonograph, Model no RR126’ by Pier Giacomo and Achille Castiglioni, with an estimate of 800 GBP – 1200 GBP is seen in front of ‘Foyer’ by Patrick Caulfield with an estimate 400,000 GBP – 600, 000 GBP. REUTERS/Hannah McKay



‘Interior (Mrs Mounter)’ by Harold Gilman, with an estimate of 150,000 GBP – 250,000 GBP. REUTERS/Hannah McKay




Technicians carry a ladder as they prepare for the exhibition of David Bowie’s art collection at Sotheby’s auction house, in central London. REUTERS/Hannah McKay