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Attend a lecture about the history of Bertram Mackennal's Parliamentary War Memorial
Watch a new video exploring the fire that destroyed Parliament through works in the Parliamentary Art Collection
Artwork of the month: On 8 October 1967, Clement Attlee, British Prime Minister from 1945 to 1951, died.
Fred Baier's Lords Library 'book chariot' is on display at the Contemporary Applied Arts until 19 October 2014
Discover the Parliamentary Art Collection during Open House weekend
Artwork of the month: On 18 September 1914 the Irish Home Rule Act received Royal Assent.
Free booklet exploring the history of Bertram Mackennal’s Parliamentary War Memorial now available
Four students employed this summer to conserve the Portcullis House Contemporary Textile Collection
Explore some of the Parliamentarians making decisions in the House of Commons during the First World War
The House of Parliament now seeks UK-based artists to develop work to commemorate the 2015 Anniversaries.
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 Committee administers the House of Lords Works of Art Collection Fund and considers matters relating to works of art and artistic heritage in the House of Lords.