The hammer comes down at over £2m.
John Axford from Woolley & Wallis takes the bids during the auction.
A large painting of a Chinese mountain that was gifted to a British businessman over afternoon tea has sold for a staggering £2.6m.
The 75ins by 40ins scroll painting was the work of renowned Zhang Da Qian - the Asian equivalent of Pablo Picasso.
The Chinese modern impressionist produced the tall painting, called Grand View of Chao Mountain, in 1965 using an innovative splashed-ink technique.
The work was then given to the unnamed Brit by a Chinese businessman he was having afternoon tea with in the 1970s. It has been passed down to his family who live in Berkshire.