1 of 9 Artist Tracey Emin was inspired by footballer David Beckham to pose for this Polaroid portrait in which she is writing a letter to the England captain. It was among a series of artworks auctioned at Christie's for charity on Thursday.
2 of 9 Sculptor Antony Gormley, who created the Angel of the North, contributed this pigment on paper piece called Behind Appearance to the Beckham art sale, which raised more than £150,000 for the National Deaf Children's Society.
3 of 9 Artists Sue McCartney-Snape and Celia Washington created On Top Of The World, showing Beckham hanging above a sea of people.
4 of 9 Frankie Goes To Hollywood frontman Holly Johnson painted a simple cross of St George for his provocatively entitled artwork, inspired by Beckham.
5 of 9 Sculptor Cathy de Monchaux, who was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1998, called her piece Inquisition. Elastoplast, velvet and beads were among the materials used to create it.
6 of 9 Visual artist Zadok Ben-David's contribution to the Beckham-themed charity art auction was stainless steel creation Out Of Order, made in 2002.
7 of 9 Turner nominee David Mach acknowledged both Beckham and his wife Victoria in Posh And Becks, a collage of postcards.
8 of 9 Scottish-born sculptor David Begbie interpreted the image of David Beckham using his trademark steel mesh.
9 of 9 A painting by Sophie Barnard took a sideways glance at just how international the reach of David Beckham is. The charity auction also featured a contribution from renowned artist Sir Peter Blake.