A painting titled Waltzers headlined a major sale of 12 pieces by Jack Vettriano at Bonhams in Edinburgh on May 31, with a final bid of £236,500 ($349,557).
Executed in 1992, the work is typical of Vettriano's enigmatic style.
Chris Brickley, Bonhams' head of Scottish art, commented before the sale: "This is one of the most comprehensive collections of Vettriano's work ever assembled, covering all the major periods of the artist's career and giving a vivid insight into his artistic development.
"It is a private Scottish collection, and the most significant sale of Vettriano's works for about 10 years.
"It's a really extensive and impressive survey of the artist's work…and, because Jack's work is so famous in reproduction, I think people really do enjoy seeing them in the flesh."
The Road to Nowhere also sold well, achieving £218,500 ($322,952).
Vettriano is enormously popular with the British public, but critics often accuse him of lacking in substance.
His auction record stands at £744,800 ($1.1m), set for the Singing Butler - his best-known painting and one of the most heavily reproduced prints in the UK.
The collection realised £837,900 ($1.2m).
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