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The Parliamentary Art Collection is owned jointly by the House of Commons and the House of Lords and is administered by a committee in either house.
Alongside the House of Commons Works of Art Committee, the Speakers Art Fund is in place as a means by which the House acquires works of art. The Collection is managed and cared for by an on-site team of curatorial staff.
Find out about the House of Commons Works of Art Committee and the work they do
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Find out about the fund
Find out about the curatorial team and their day to day work
Find out about the First Waves project exploring the 1965, 1968 and 1976 Race Relations Acts
Find out about reproducing images from the Parliamentary Art Collection
Find out how to purchase limited edition prints relating to important Parliamentary projects
Frequently asked questions about the Parliamentary Art Collection.
Details for contacting the Curator’s Office
Discover the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft through works in the Parliamentary Art Collection.