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The House of Commons Chamber was bombed on the final night of the Blitz, 1941. John Piper, official War Artist, recorded the damage
Four students are being employed this summer to conserve the Portcullis House Contemporary Textile Collection
A painting by Sir Winston Churchill recently transferred to the House of Commons has gone on public display
Artwork of the Month: 'The Anti-Saccharrites - or John Bull and his family leaving off the use of sugar'
Artwork of the Month: The 18 June 2015 marked the 200 anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo
Watch an Illustrated talk by historian Helen Langley, with an introduction by Eleanor Laing, about Irene Ward MP
Free tickets are now available for an illustrated lecture by Dr Richard Gaunt on the Duke of Wellington’s post-Waterloo political career
Exhibition exploring Parliament's connections with the Battle of Waterloo opens
Artwork of the month: On 15 June 1215, King John signed the Magna Carta at Runnymede.
Artwork of the Month: Simon Roberts was the official artist of the 2010 general election
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.