A 19th century European art sale at Christie's will feature Gustave Courbet's Le Park du Rochemont (1862).
Courbet painted it while staying with a friend in the Saintonge region of France.
Best known for his L'Origine du monde (The Origin of the World), a frankly erotic portrait of a woman's nether regions, Courbet was a pioneering artist and a major influence on subsequent generations.
His work has grown in value of late, with a new record of $15.3m set at Christie's last year for a work titled Femme Nue Couchee.
The present lot is valued at £250,000-350,000 ($332,250-465,150) ahead of the July 12 sale in London.
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