The National Gallery took it's art to the masses this week, hanging reproductions of some of its most famous paintings around the streets of London.
There were Turners in Soho, Rembrandts in Covent Garden - all intended to give new audiences a taste of the Gallery's treasures.
The 45 full sized copies were framed and displayed with a plaque, as in the museum. Passers-by could also phone a number to hear an audio guide on each work.
For the next 12 weeks, passers-by can stumble across this "urban intervention" as part of an initiative called The Grand Tour, which is aimed at "getting the public to look and think about art", according to the gallery.
The gallery has created a map marking the locations of all the works, with themed tours that cater for lovers, or take in the more "heavy-hitting" works by Titian, Seurat and Van Eyck.
Other works on show included Leonardo da Vinci's The Virgin of the Rocks, displayed in a side road off Regent Street, Bartoleme Bermejo's St Michael Triumphs over the Devil outside the London Fire Station on Shaftesbury Avenue, and George Stubbs' equestrian portrait Whistlejacket, hung outside the Palace Theatre, which is currently showing the musical Spamalot.
The Ambassadors (1533) Hans Holbein the Younger, 27-29 Berwick Street
The Arnolfini Portrait (1434) Jan Van Eyck, 109 Wardour Street
The Fighting Temeraire (1839) Joseph Mallord William Turner, 33 Golden Square
Mr and Mrs Andrews (1750) Thomas Gainsborough, 12-26 Lexington Street
Three Men and a Boy (1647-8) The Le Nain Brothers, Little Marlborough Street
A Grotesque Old Woman (1525) Attributed to Quinten Massys, 33-43 Fouberts Place
The Virgin of the Rocks (1486) Leonardo da Vinci, Marlborough Court
Bathers at Asnieres (1884) Georges Seurat, Hamley's, 188 Regent Street
Samson and Delilah (1610) Peter Paul Rubens, Ganton Street
The Entombment (1500-1) Michelangelo, 64-72 Regent Street
Venus and Mars (1485) Sandro Botticelli, Kingly Court
Sunflowers (1888) Vincent Van Gogh, 43 Frith Street
The Water-Lily Pond (1899) Claude-Oscar Monet, 40 Neal Street
Belshazzar's Feast (1636-8) Rembrandt, Wardour Street
Bacchus and Ariadne (1523) Titian, 124-126 Wardour Street