Drawings by Gustav Klimt, including Study of a Young Woman in Stockings, estimated at £25 000-40 000 ($38 000-62 000), a study of a female nude, is from a series of drawings of the human form moving that the artist completed in 1906-1907.

Design furniture from the couple's collection includes mirrors by Line Vautrin and Piero Fornasetti, Jacques Adnet and George Nakashima furniture and Jean Besnard ceramics.

Artworks by Zeng Chaunxing, Robert Mapplethorpe and Keith Haring will also be going under the gavel.

The collection is from the couple's London home in Queen Anne's Gate and features over 200 lots collected over the past 20 years.

Andy Waters, Senior Director, Head of Private Collection Sales, Christie's London said of the collection:

'Sting and Trudie Styler's home at Queen Anne's Gate effortlessly combined luxury, rarity and colour — a skilful balance that created the ultimate London home.'

'Each work of art was carefully chosen and the resulting collection is a testament to their informed eye for Art and Design.'