A series of well-known oil paintings have been reproduced featuring top TV personalities to mark the 16th annual British Comedy Awards.
A new writing award has been created in Ronnie Barker's honour
The X Factor judges, Ricky Gervais and the late Ronnie Barker are among those captured on canvas for the awards, which take place on 14 December.
Barker becomes Caravaggio's Fortune Teller, while Gervais features in Jacopo Palma's Mars, Venus And Cupid.
Jonathan Ross will host the awards which honour the best in UK comedy.
Tate is famous for creating mouthy teenage schoolgirl Lauren
Other comedy personalities featured in the reproduced paintings include Peter Kay in a copy of William Weekes's Which Way To Market?, and Lily Savage star Paul O'Grady as Lord Nelson in a portrait by Sir William Beechey.
Catherine Tate features in a Chinese Cultural Revolution-style poster bearing the slogan "Bovvered?".
Gervais's hit sitcom Extras leads the field at the annual awards with a record five nomination, including best comedy, best actor and best actress for Ashley Jensen.
The ceremony, to be broadcast live on ITV1, will also see the inaugural Ronnie Barker Writer of the Year Award.