Russell Crowe is commemorating the end of his marriage to Danielle Spencer by selling hundreds of their possessions.
Titled Russell Crowe: The Art of Divorce and illustrated by a photo of him in a tuxedo raising a cocktail, the auction is described by Sotheby's Australia as "a selection of major works" from his private collection, to be auctioned on 7 April, 2018, "a date of particular significance as both the actor’s birthday and wedding anniversary."
"The sale represents the dispersal of a highly personal collection that was assembled by Crowe over many years, including those shared with his former wife, Danielle Spencer."
There are 227 lots in the catalogue, which includes paintings, tapestries, guitars, cricket memorabilia and a ton of movie props.
These include two life-size prop horses used in Gladiator, a brown leather boxer's crotch protector used in Cinderella Man and Captain Jack Aubrey's' number 2 'dress blues' worn in Master and Commander.
Judging by the estimates on each lot, Crowe stands to make over $1 million from the auction.
"I told [Danielle] what I was doing and she thought it was really funny," Crowe told KIIS FM's The Kyle and Jackie O Show, "but I think for a period of time she thought it was a concept I'd come up with purely for amusement."
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