For the first time ever, Las Vegas is going to have a grand sale of Pablo Picasso’s artworks owned by hotel group MGM Resorts in October. The 11 pieces had long been displayed at Picasso, a restaurant inspired by the artist himself, and are located inside the Bellagio Hotel. The sale includes five paintings, whose combined worth is estimated at $104.2 million, as reported by Sotheby’s auction house, the organizer of the sale.

One of the highlights of the sale is Picasso’s “Femme au béret rouge-orange,” an oil painting of Marie-Thérèse Walter, a young French woman who was his lover and muse. Attendees can also expect at the venue, Picasso’s “Buste d’homme”, his painting from 1969, and “Aiguière — Visage,” a white terracotta vessel he produced in 1954. According to Brooke Lampley, Sotheby’s chairman, the pieces cover the entire period of Picasso’s career.

The sale which falls around the artist’s 140th birthday marks a significant event in Las Vegas’ art industry. According to Brooke Lampley, Sotheby’s chairman, the event is one of MGM Resorts’ goals to turn Las Vegas into a bigger art destination. MGM Resort group’s chief hospitality officer Ari Kastrati also shared their plan of creating an even more inclusive art collection that would give opportunities to artists from under-represented communities.