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  • Damien Hirst artworks showcased in Christie's Comtemporary Art
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Damien Hirst artworks showcased in Christie's Comtemporary Art

Two artworks by controversial British artist Damien Hirst are set to make an appearance at Christie's Post-War & Contemporary Art Evening Sale in London on June 25.

Damien Hirst Soulful butterflies
Damien Hirst is best known for his controversial artwork, this time encasing thousands of exotic butterflies in resin



Soulful, a 2008 circular piece containing thousands of exotic butterflies, is valued at £650,000-850,000 ($1m-1.3m), while My Way, a fully stocked medicine cabinet produced in 1991, will sell for £700,000-900,000 ($1m-$1.4m)

Also featuring in the sale is Jean-Michel Basquiat's Untitled, a 1982 work that belongs to the same group as Dustheads, which set the world record for the artist at $48.8m in May.

Christie's May Post-War and Contemporary sale was history's highest grossing auction, with sales totalling more than $495m.

Paul Fraser Collectibles has recently sold two original Damien Hirst artworks. To find out how we can help improve your collection, call us on +44 (0)117 933 9500  or email info@paulfrasercollectibles.com.

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