On Sept. 15, 2008, Lehman Brothers kicked the bucket, turning the world of finance on its head and marking the beginning of the recession that fucked anyone with a 401K. On September 25, 2010, the Bros. will see the final nail driven in their brand's coffin when Sotheby's will auction the firm's $10 million art collection. If you look at the numbers, Lehman actually made out well, flipping its original $2 million investment for a healthy return. Too bad all the debt collectors already have their hands out for the cash. So, what makes up $10 million worth of finance art? For Lehman, it ranges from Murakami to Richard Prince to John Currin to a bunch of folk we kind of know thanks to that girl with the degree in art history that we used to wake up next to. Click on to check out the art collection of Lehman Brothers/Neuberger Berman going on sale in a few days at Sotheby's.