The painting, from 1932, will be sold by Sotheby's on 5 February and it is estimated to reach between £25 million and £35 million.
Lee Hadwin, who draws in a trance, sells entire collection with half of proceeds going to to Missing Persons charity.
Kate Middleton looks like she has had one too many sleepless nights in the first official portrait of her.
A priceless portrait by the Venetian artist Titian has been rediscovered in the bowels of London's National Gallery.
Lauren Laverne will be hosting the Channel 4 programme live from Tate Britain, London.
Judy Chicago meets the IBTimes UK ahead of three important UK shows and talks about women in the Middle East, the death of Savita Halappanavar and the state of feminist art.
The Little Britain star has announced they are expecting their first child.
Interview with feminist artist Judy Chicago about her work, and the importance of art in improving the rights of women.
Diamonds singer immortalised in lifelike figures showing her during her redhead phase.
Our film critic Matt Chapman reviews Ben Affleck's latest film about a team of fugitive US diplomats who fabricate a sci-fi film to escape from Iran.
Model treats fans to behind-the-stage snaps of her preparing for stint in burlesque show Forever Crazy.
Originally titled by Munch as Der Schrei der Natur (The Scream of Nature), The Scream features a turbulent man against the backdrop of a Norwegian landscape with orange sky.
From the British royal lineage, a portrait drawing of Edward VI, the son of Henry VIII and a painted portrait of Thomas Howard, third Duke of Norfolk, will go on show at The Queen’s Gallery.
Star of the controversial Emmanuelle series of soft porn films, Sylvia Kristel, has died.
History was made at the Man Booker prize last night as Hilary Mantel became the first woman and the first British novelist, to win the prestigious Man Booker Prize twice and receive £50,000 as part of the prize. For her novel, Bring up the Bodies.