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The Chapel in Greenwich's Old Royal Naval College contains the last major painting by Benjamin West to survive in its original location, and this summer, the public will be able to watch a restoration project on the massive altar painting.
Strawberry Hill House in Twickenham, created by Horace Walpole in the 18th century, is in a race to raise enough money to purchase a rare and highly significant portrait of Horace Walpole as a child, painted by William Hogarth.
The two artists that were heavily responsible for the graphic style of the Harry Potter movies have a shop in Soho, and it's a Harry Potter world come alive.
Later this month there will be a light installation will project route of the Nothern line extension into the sky and illuminate the stations and buildings along the way with visual projections.
Large street art monsters have appeared across Croydon town centre as part of an evening walking trail taking in eight locations.
The annual photography competition by the Heraldry Society is open for entries seeking photos of anything to do with coats of arms, crests and shields -- of which London is replete.
Network Rail has launched an exhibition showcasing work from art students that celebrates the return of rail travel.
A number of shop windows in Central London have been turned into art galleries showing off work by students at several of London's theatre arts schools.
This coming Sunday will see Tower Bridge covered in nearly 1,000 photos of Londoners taken by the French artist, JR, who also happens to have an exhibition in London at the moment.
Next weekend, over 130 art galleries across London will take part in the first-ever London Gallery Weekend.
A South Kensington building that looks like a posh hotel is in fact a collection of art galleries -- and it's freely open to the public.
A herd of life-sized sculptures of elephants have arrived in London, and are on display ahead of being sold for charity.
A line of railway arches around Vauxhall station are to be redecorated, with the designs coming from an open competition.
There's an open-air art gallery just around the corner from Piccadilly Circus, and at the moment, it's filled with portraits of people who have told their stories of lockdown life.
The posh food emporium in Piccadilly, Fortnum and Mason has filled its shop windows not with goods for sale, but models created by theatre set designers.
London’s West End galleries are having a collective late night opening to encourage people back to the area after the lockdown relaxes.
At nearly 2km long one of the longest artworks in the UK is currently being installed in East London by Crossrail.
A ‘Photography Quarter’ is being created just off Oxford Street, and near to the Photography Gallery.
A couple of years ago, a screen of black wooden hoardings surrounded a disused toilet on Clerkenwell Green, and recently they became an ironic art installation.
Some sharks that have been hanging around the Regents Canal in Hackney have swum up the canal a bit and can now be found in the City Road Basin, in Islington.
A light display is set to cover a large Oxford Street shop later this month as shoppers are allowed back into town once more.
Fulham Town Hall, which has lain empty for over a decade will be opened to the public in May as the derelict interior is turned into a temporary art gallery.