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Departmental Art Works

Volume 489: debated on Tuesday 17 March 2009

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department which works of art from the Government Art Collection each Minister in her Department has selected for display in a private office. (259442)

The following works of art have been selected:


Home Secretary

Untitled (Mountains and Water)

Paul Joyce

Untitled (Ridge and Clouds)

Paul Joyce

Just in Time

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham

Two Circles on Purple

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham

Vision in Time

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham

Grey Mountain

Heena Nadeem

Minister of State Policing, Crime and Security

Attaching the Winch

Bernard Cheese

Still Night

Patricia Pratt

This Land of Ours

Alan Baines

Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Crime Reduction

Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh (1769-1822) Statesman

Sir Thomas Lawrence, Charles Turner

Tinmouth Castle from the North, with a View of the Haven, etc.

John “Warwick” Smith, Francois Vivares

An Election Ball

William Heath (“Paul Pry”)

Sir Robert Peel Bt (1788-1850) Prime Minister

Sir Thomas Lawrence, Samuel Cousins

George Canning (1770-1827) Prime Minister

Thomas Stewardson, William Brett

Metro IV

Michael Upton

Metro V

Michael Upton

Metro (Newcastle)

Michael Upton

“Two Pair of Portraits”: presented to all the unbiased Electors of Great Britain, by John Horne Tooke

James Gillray, C. Starck

Minister of State for Borders and Immigration

Apse of Notre Dame

Bernard Kay

Chartres East

Bernard Kay

Chartres West

Bernard Kay

Interior, Poitiers

Bernard Kay


Bernard Kay

Syon House Conservatory

Charles Gautier

Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State Home Office

The River Thames at Richmond Wapping to Windsor

Anthony Etheringtom

Jackson’s Pond 35 Artists Printmaking, Folio 3

Norman Ackroyd

Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State Security and Counter-Terrorism

Overside Discharge into Barges at Malta October 1943

Bernard Hailstone

Seascape with Royal Naval Ships, c.1943

Charles King

Night in the Docks

Charles David Cobb

Working Controls while Submerged Submarine lithographs

Eric Ravilious

Entering the Harwich Channel

Robert Butler