David Hockney's Arranged Felled Trees carries an estimate of £1.5m-2m ($2.3m-2.9m) ahead of a sale at Sotheby's London later today.
The work dates to 2008 and is a fine example of the artist's latest series of works, which are inspired by the Yorkshire landscape he was born and raised in.
Sotheby's explains: "Arranged Felled Trees is an extraordinary, joyful example of David Hockney's legendary depictions of the bucolic landscape of East Yorkshire: a triumphant eulogy to an area the artist became enamoured with as a young teenager."
The work will star alongside Francis Bacon's Study for a Pope I, which will lead the sale with a valuation of up to £35m ($55m).
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