Microsoft founder's masterpieces on display ahead of blockbuster $1bn auction
Masterpieces by some of art's most renowned painters have gone on display before what's expected to be the largest auction in history.
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They are collectively are expected to fetch a record-breaking $1bn (£900m) at the sale in New York next month.
The works belonged to Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, who died in 2018.
But while Allen often loaned out his treasures, some art critics fear the auction could lead the works to become hidden from public view for decades.
Paintings by Lucian Freud, Francis Bacon, Paul Cezanne and David Hockney feature in the collection, which is being auctioned by Christie's.
The 150 works will be on public display in the coming weeks at branches of Christie's worldwide, before being auctioned in New York on 9 and 10 November.
Fourteen of the paintings will be on display in London this weekend, with other displays set to take place in Paris, Los Angeles and Shanghai.
While some of the artists come up in auctions relatively often, Allen's collection features pieces that are considered some of the painters' masterpieces.