Morrissey portrait being auctioned for charity

Turner Prize winning artist Douglas Gordon donates 'Self-Portrait of You and Me'

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A piece of artwork, featuring Morrissey is to be auctioned by Christies this month to raise money for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres.

The portrait by Turner Prize winner, Douglas Gordon, titled “Self-Portrait of You and Me (Steven Morrissey)” will be auctioned on October 17, with a guide price of £25-30,000.

Frances Milner, Director of Fundraising at Maggie’s says: ; “ ‘Douglas’ works are highly collectable and as Morrissey is such an iconic figure in music, this truly is an opportunity to own something pretty special.”

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