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George Michael’s Evening Sale of YBA Art = £9.26m
Most of the Damien Hirst lots in George Michael’s collection struggled a bit against their estimates but still sold well. Bridget Riley’s Songbird made £791,250 against a £600k high estimate; Cecily Brown’s Yet to be titled made the same premium price against a £550k high estimate; Antony Gormley’s Another Time III made £431,250 against a £250k high estimate; Tracey Emin’s Hurricane made the same against a £180k high estimate; Emin’s George Loves Kenny, a neon work with a £60k high estimate made £347,250. Oh, let’s not forget the Harland Miller work, above, that came to market with a £30-50k estimate range and sold for £237,500.
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