To mark the 50th anniversary of the European Union, an exhibition in Rome celebrates the art of member countries. The UK is represented by JW Turner.
The exhibits range from ancient Greek artefacts to more modern painters. This 1941 oil is by Estonia's Erik Haamer.
One of the newest of the member states, Bulgaria, has a number of works representing its rich artistic heritage. This dates from the Byzantine period.
The world famous French sculpture Rodin is one of the attractions. The Thinker is one of Rodin's most iconic pieces, and various versions can be seen around the world.
Germany has loaned the Albrecht Duerer masterpiece Portrait of Jakob Muffel, painted in 1526.
Ireland's Jack Butler Yeats's The Singing Horseman (1949) shows his development into Expressionism.
Tiziano, better known as Titian, is one of Italy's most famous and beloved painters.
Joseph Kutter is considered one of Luxembourg's most important painters. He lived from 1894 to 1941 and was greatly influenced by the Impressionists.
Spain's Velazquez's popularity has endured through the centuries. This painting, View of the Garden of Villa Medici in Rome, was inspired by his time in the Italian capital.