A pair of royal portraits were reunited for the first time in more than quarter of a century in a 2012 exhibition about the Queen.
The works by Italian portrait painter Pietro Annigoni went on display at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
It was the first time in 28 years his portrait of the Queen from 1954-5 had gone on public display.
..The painting was shown together with Annigoni’s second portrait of the Queen which was commissioned by the gallery in 1969.
Other artists whose work was on show at The Queen: Art and Image exhibition included Lucian Freud, Gilbert and George, Andy Warhol and Lord Snowdon.
A woman walks past ‘Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom’ by Andy Warhol.
A woman walks past Elizabeth Vs Diana by Kim Dong-Yoo, a portrait of the Queen made using small portraits of Princess Diana.
A man looks at a painting of the Queen by Lucian Freud.
Queen Elizabeth ll by Gerhard Richter, 1967.
Jamie Reid’s ‘God Save The Queen’ is seen near an Annigoni portrait.
Other works on show included Chris Levine’s work, Equanimity, a hologram created by himself and holographer Rob Munday.
A woman takes a photograph of a Lucian Freud portrait, beside ‘Queen Elizabeth II’ by Hiroshi Sugimoto, 1999.
A woman photographs a painting by Justin Mortimer entitled ‘The Queen’.
A woman looks a Thomas Struth photo of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, flanked by portraits by Annie Leibovitz (left) and Hiroshi Sugimoto (right).