Russell Crowe has always struck me as a man who probably knows his way around a divorce. Now, he’s literally elevating it to an art, and liquidating some assets in the process. He’s selling off a bunch of stuff from his private collection in order to cover the costs of his impending divorce from Danielle Spencer, in a Sotheby’s Australia auction called Russell Crowe: The Art of Divorce. Here’s Sotheby’s on the blessed event, happening next month:
“A selection of major works from the private collection of Russell Crowe will be auctioned by Sotheby’s Australia on 7 April 2018. A date of particular significance as both the actor’s birthday and wedding anniversary … The Russell Crowe Collection comprises important paintings by some of Australia’s most significant historic, modern and contemporary artists, furniture, movie memorabilia, musical instruments, watches and sporting memorabilia.”
If you’re not going to be in Sydney on April 7th, you can still browse the Russell Crowe: The Art of Divorce collection at Sotheby’s official site right here.