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Pictured: Eric Clapton
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.