London - Paintings, jewellery and fashions belonging to the late Elizabeth Taylor have sold for more than $183m.
Christie's auction house says all of the 1 817 lots offered sold at auctions in New York and London, some at 50 times their pre-sale estimates.
The top lot was Vincent van Gogh's landscape Vue de l'asile et de la Chapelle de Remy, which once hung in Taylor's Bel Air home. It sold for $16m, including the buyer's premium.
Hollywood legend Taylor died in March aged 79, and Christie's has been selling her belongings in a series of auctions. New York sales of jewellery, fashion and memorabilia in December raised more than $156m.
A sale of 38 paintings in London on Tuesday and Wednesday raised $24.6m.
24.com publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.
The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed how her daughter, Princess Charlotte, has inherited the British royal family's love of horses. Read More »
Prince William and Kate expressed their gratitude for the warm welcome they received from Canadians as they wrapped up their eight-day tour with their young children. Read More »
10 epic pics.
All the deets.
South AfricaCity Press
Johannesburg CBDResourcing Solutions
HousesR 1 750 000
HousesR 6 900 000
HousesR 2 495 000