Over the last 120 years, the Government Art Collection has grown and developed into an eclectic and inspiring mix of paintings, prints, sculptures and audio visual installations. But what is the funniest work in the Collection? Or the longest?
What is the loudest work in the Collection?
THIS IS SUPER LOUD!
Find out how Mel made this work which was commissioned for the Government Art Collection in 2012 below:
Explore the Collection's stories
In 2008, Lucian Freud came to the headquarters of the Government Art Collection to revisit his work Welsh Landscape, painted between 1939 and 1940.
Curator Laura Popoviciu takes a closer look at George Vertue's 18th-century print that celebrates the Peace of Utrecht.