Talented young artists at a Ruislip primary school went on display to the public to show off their skills.
Pupils from Whiteheath Infant and Junior Schools in Ladygate Lane and Whiteheath Avenue, Ruislip, joined forces to exhibit their work at the Winston Churchill Hall.
The walls of the hall in Pinn Way, Ruislip, were covered in colourful prints and tonal sketches created by the youngsters.
At the junior school, pupils between the ages of seven and 11 years-old created pieces based on the Hans Holbein the Younger painting from 1533, The Ambassadors.
Inspired by the National Gallery Take One Picture scheme, which asks schools to use a famous painting as a stimulus for other creative work, pupils had completed a creativity week, basing a number of lessons across the curriculum on the painting.
The infant school pupils, aged from four to six years old, had created art work inspired by South America and related to the World Cup.