Departmental Art Works

Culture Media and Sport written question – answered on 5th 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 Culture, Media and Sport which works of art from the Government Art Collection each Minister in his Department has selected for display in a private office.

Photo of Barbara Follett Barbara Follett Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Culture), Department for Culture, Media & Sport

The following works are displayed in DCMS Ministers' private offices.

Works of art
Andy Burnham
296 Lancashire Fair: Good Friday, Daisy Nook painting by Laurence Stephen Lowry
8371 The South West Prospect of Liverpoole, in the County Palatine of Lancaster print by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck
16361/C A Storm print by Howard Hodgkin
16421/C Little Gilded Equinox sculpture by William Pye
17018 Lorry with Cabledrum painting by Prunella Clough
17998 Devotional print by Sonia Boyce
18079 Print for a Politician print by Grayson Perry
Andy Burnham, outer office
4749 Trafalgar Square print by Ceri Richards
12414 Picture of a Still Life that has an Elaborate Silver Frame reproduction by David Hockney
13214 Legs over High Tor photograph by Paul Hill
16385/C Branded from 35 Artists Printmaking, Folio 2 print by Susie Allen
17519 Come on England print by Adam Dant
17867 Untitled print by Antony Gormley
Barbara Follett
1700 Tresco, Isles of Scilly painting by Julian Trevelyan
2654 Sir David Eccles and Mr. Eric Bedford on the Coronation Stands outside Buckingham Palace painting by John Ward
7276 Study for Standard sculpture by Elisabeth Frink
13862 Hedgerow Flowers in a Jug painting by Winifred Nicholson
14776 Landscape with Trees painting by Jessica Dismorr
14777 Landscape with Cottages painting by Jessica Dismorr
16356/C Gloucester Gate, Regent's Park, Night, Autumn painting by Adrian Berg
16591 The Model Makers painting by Norman Blarney
16832 Calf sculpture by Nicola Hicks
17329/1 Feather that went to the Top of Everest (In the jacket of Rebecca Stevens, the first British woman to climb Mt. Everest) photograph by Cornelia Parker
17329/2 Feather that went to the South Pole (In the sleeping bag of Sir Ranulph Fiennes on his trip across Antarctica) photograph by Cornelia Parker
17329/3 Feather from Benjamin Franklin's Attic (With thanks to the Benjamin Franklin Museum) photograph by Cornelia Parker
17329/4 Feather from Freud's Pillow (From his couch) (With thanks to the Freud Museum) photograph by Cornelia Parker
17329/5 Raven Feather from the Tower of London photograph by Cornelia Parker
17329/6 Feather from a Wandering Albatross (With thanks to the British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge) photograph by Cornelia Parker
Office previously occupied by the Minster for Sport (Gerry Sutcliffe)
11665 Swimmer print by Barbara Newcomb
12616 Rowers print by Julian Trevelyan
13457 Manor Farm, Carleton Moor, North Yorkshire watercolour by Alan Everard Ingham
17368 Untitled (2) print by Mark Francis
17369 Untitled (4) print by Mark Francis
18029 London collage by Gilbert and George
L168 White Boat, Yugoslavia from The Sailing Boats Suite print by Michael Rothenstein
Tessa Jowell
12217 Blue Still Life watercolour by William Scott
17257 Slate Throws 1 Blencathra Mountain, Cumbria 19 February 1988 photograph by Andy Goldsworthy
17258 Slate Throws 2 Blencathra Mountain, Cumbria 19 February 1988 photograph by Andy Goldsworthy
17259 Slate Throws 3 Blencathra Mountain, Cumbria 19 February 1988 photograph by Andy Goldsworthy
17260 Slate Throws 4 Blencathra Mountain, Cumbria 19 February 1988 photograph by Andy Goldsworthy
18171 The Rose Gardens (display: II) (I) photograph by Sarah Jones
18183 Margate 1 Sand print by Tracey Emin
18184 Still Love You Margate print by Tracey Emin

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