A catalogue featuring the favourite artworks of 101 Members of Parliament is now available online.
John Lilbourne, 18, curated the online exhibition after writing to all 650 MPs during lockdown, asking: "What is your favourite owned artwork?".
Dear John features his favourite responses from cross party MPs, including cabinet ministers Oliver Dowden and Priti Patel.
Works on display range from portraits of the Queen and Margaret Thatcher to art created by MPs' children.
Dowden sent a photograph of the Queen from Twitter and Matt Hancock has a Damien Hirst portrait of the monarch.
Jacob Rees-Mogg highlighted a 15th Century statue from the studio of Italian sculptor Della Robia.
When asked why he undertook the project, Lilbourne said:
"These are people who make the decisions that govern our lives, but they feel so unreachable. By writing to them with this question I was trying to find a human connection.”