Paintings by Oscar-winning actor Sir Anthony Hopkins have gone on display in London.
The collection, at London's Gallery 27, consists of 38 paper and seven acrylic canvasses as well as five limited edition prints.
Sir Anthony has said of his work: "When I paint, I just paint freely without anxiety regarding outside opinions as criticisms. I do it for sheer pleasure. It's done wonders for my subconscious… I dream now in colours".
Jonathan Poole, exhibition organiser, said: "This exhibition gives people the chance to see a different side of Sir Anthony in terms of his artistry and also his unique personality."
The selection of portraits and landscapes will be on display at the gallery until 20 February.
They will then go on show at The Dome, George Street, Edinburgh, from 3-6 March.
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