Now, instead of listening to “Roxanne,” on repeat, there’s a new way to express your love for Sting.
If every breath you take revolves around the English music legend, you’ll be happy to know his collection of art and belongings, which he and wife Trudie Styler have amassed over the last 20 years, is up for grabs. Christie’s is auctioning the items in February.
The most expensive item in the collection–March 55 (amethyst) by British abstract painter Ben Nicholson–is estimated to sell for as much as $766,000, according to CNBC.
The couple will also sell an Henri Matisse print from the artist’s Jazz series and a Pablo Picasso Iithograph Le Corsage a Carreaux.
Though the collection is dominated by contemporary art, it will also include mirrors, tables and ceramics–each item worth tens of thousands of dollars. Sting’s Steinway piano is even on the block.