Departmental Art Works

Health written question – answered on 3rd March 2009.

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Photo of Shailesh Vara Shailesh Vara Shadow Deputy Leader of the House of Commons

To ask the Secretary of State for Health which works of art from the Government Art Collection each Minister in his Department has selected for display in a private office.

Photo of Ben Bradshaw Ben Bradshaw Minister of State (Regional Affairs) (South West), The Minister of State, Department of Health

Ministers have the following works from the Government Art Collection displayed in their offices:

Artist Title
Secretary of State for Health
Carel Weight Ponte della Victoria, Verona (1945)
Ceri Richards Trafalgar Square (1957)
Vanessa Bell Asters and Hydrangeas
Philip Sutton Heather in a Green Dress
Kwo Da-Wei Kim (1959)
Alistair Grant FĂȘte ChampĂȘtre (1996)
Howard Hodgkin You and Me (1978)
Minister of State for Health
Andre Bicat Tuscan Church (1965-66)
Andre Bicat Tuscan Landscape (1965-66)
Tadek Beutlich Sunset II
Julian Trevelyan Rhinos (1966-67)
Samuel and Nathaniel Buck London and Westminster 4: Fleet Ditch to Basingshaw
Will Maclean Legendary Predator (1976)
John Piper Milton Ernest Hall (1977)
Graham Sutherland Les Sirenes (The Sirenes) (1979)
Minister of State for Public Health
Michael Buhler Seated Figure (1966)
Josef Herman Dusk (1965)
Josef Herman Figure Against Dark Sky (1965)
Allen Jones Question Time (1982)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Health Services)
Gordon House Black Matrices (1967)
Mark Francis Untitled (1999)
James Ireland Untitled
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Lords)
Helena Markson William Brown Street (1964-65)
Helena Markson Albert Dock (1964-65)

The Minister of State for Care Services does not currently have any works from the Government Art Collection on display in his office.

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