There are 7 main rooms in Downing Street that display art collections these are
- The White Room
- The Staircase
- The Hallway
- The Cabinet Room
- The Small and State Dining Room
- The Thatcher Room
- The Anteroom
The famous staircase of downing street is adorned with portraits of all of the past prime ministers of Britain, they fill the walls and are displayed in their own uniqe frames, making it one of the most famous staircases.
Among there other rooms there is an extensive collection that varies in styles, some of the artists that are displayed through out Downing street are, Julian Trevelyan, Lucian Freud’s assistant and model David Dawson, the Post-Impressionist Henry Lamb, the Surrealist Paul Nash, the Pop artist Peter Blake, performance artist Bedwyr Williams, and animal sculptor Nicola Hicks.
Its very rare to get a glimpse into the art world created and displayed in Downing Street, but if you look at the images that have been taken you really can see the beauty of the artwork displayed here, and the lavish and beautifully exquisite frames that encapsulate the art.