The National Gallery has produced a set of replica paintings of some of the most famous works of art in its collection and hung them on walls in backstreets all over central London.
I think this is such a cool idea - and the gallery have called it “The Grand Tour”.
This is Holbein's “The Ambassadors” from 1533, now hanging on the side of a derelict shop in Berwick Street in Soho - and I managed to get another work of art strolling past.
Art for the people!
Holbein in Soho