An auction of George Michael's art collection has raised more than £11 million for charity.
The artworks collected by the late singer went under the hammer at Christie's on March 12, and combined bidding peaked at £11,328,125.
Michael had amassed a collection of more than 200 works of art before his death in 2016, the Press Association reports.
The proceeds from the auction will go to continue the philanthropic work of the late singer.
Around 15,000 people visited the exhibition of his collection before it went to auction. All of the works have now been sold.
Among the artworks that were for auction were Tracey Emin's Drunk To The Bottom Of My Soul (2002), Damien Hirst's The Incomplete Truth (2006) and Cecily Brown's Yet To Be Titled (2008).
Michael, who died on Christmas Day in 2016 at the age of 53, built his collection through visits to galleries and artists' studios.
The George Michael Collection has realised a combined total of £11,328,125 across the spirited evening auction and online platform. Proceeds from the sale will be used to continue George Michael’s philanthropic work. pic.twitter.com/OfEUOaFKIU— Christie's (@ChristiesInc) March 15, 2019
He also developed friendships with members of the Young British Artists (YBA) movement, including Emin, Hirst, Michael Craig-Martin, Sarah Lucas and Marc Quinn.