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Painting made by artist Bob and Roberta Smith to celebrate last year's launch of Art UK has gone on display in Portcullis House
To mark UK/India 2017, January’s Artwork depicts the reception of the first British diplomatic representative on the Indian subcontinent
December's Artwork is Suzie Zamit's bust of Charles Bradlaugh MP, the latest addition to the Parliamentary Art Collection
Newly commissioned portrait bust of Charles Bradlaugh MP (1833-91) unveiled yesterday in Portcullis House
November’s Artwork is a portrait of Sir Edward Coke (1552-1634), who was dismissed as Chief Justice of the King’s Bench 400 years ago this month
Group of medals and awards belonging to a House of Commons Clerk killed in the First World War acquired
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.
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.