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2018 marks 100 years since some women, and all men, could vote. Find out how you can join in
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For Black History Month, October's Artwork is a portrait of the first black woman elected as an MP
Discover the Parliamentary Art Collection during Open House weekend
Colonel Isaac Barré MP (1726-1802) was partially blinded at the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, 13 September 1759
Ann Taylor was the first woman to serve as Chief Whip, the first woman Leader of the Commons and the first woman President of the Privy Council. Find out more about her portrait.
The House of Lords Works of Art Committee unveiled a portrait of the Rt. Hon. the Lord Speaker Baroness D'Souza on 6th July 2016
Find out more about the statue of Margaret Thatcher which stands near the entrance to the House of Commons.
This evening Parliament will unveil a new work of art celebrating the votes for women movement
Dadabhai Naoroji was the first Asian Member of Parliament elected to the House of Commons.
This summer a large contemporary artwork will be diaplayed in Westminster Hall.
Find out more about May's Artwork of the Month, a political caricature of Henry Fawcett MP, campaigner of women's right to vote and husband of famous Suffragist, Millicent Fawcett
Discover Winston Churchill's lifelong relationship with Parliament through works in the Parliamentary Art Collection
The Speaker’s Advisory Committee on Works of Art is a cross-party group of MPs appointed by the Speaker to advise on the management of the House of Commons Art Collection.
Explore images of the Rt Hon Michael Foot (1913-2010) from the Parliamentary Art Collection.
The Panel advises the Lord Speaker on matters relating to works of art in the House of Lords.