Contemporary art works, including masterpieces by Francis Bacon and Andy Warhol, have gone under the hammer for more than £95m, Sotheby's has said.
The London auction house claimed the total set a record for contemporary art auctions in Europe.
Bacon's 1969 Study of Nude With Figure In A Mirror was sold to a European private collector for nearly £20m.
Three Self Portraits by Warhol, a rare trinity of canvases from 1986, fetched almost £11.5m from an anonymous buyer.
Another of Bacon's work - a small portrait thought to be the first portrayal of his last great love, John Edwards - sold for about £2m.
Concetto Spaziale, La Fine Di Dio, by Lucio Fontana smashed all expectations when it sold for more than £10m, some £6m more than the estimated sale price.
The sale also broke Fontana's previous record price of £2.4m.
Jeff Koons' sculpture Kiepenkerl was expected to sell for between £1.5m and £2.5m but fetched more than £3m on the night.
Pieces by Gilbert and George, Bridget Riley and Andreas Gursky were also auctioned off.
Buyers at Sotheby's pay a premium of between 12% and 25% to the auction house which is included in all the sale prices.