The National Gallery is to hold an exhibition featuring paintings which used to hang in the Middlesex Hospital.
It will feature work by the British painter Frederick Cayley Robinson, including four paintings known collectively as “Acts of Mercy”. Individually they are titled Orphans I and II, and Doctor I and II.
The paintings, completed between 1916 and 1920, were commissioned to adorn the Middlesex Hospital when it was rebuilt between 1928 and 1935. They were sold by the hospital in 2007.
Also featured in the exhibition will other works by Cayley Robinson, including paintings called The Old Nurse and Pastoral.
The exhibition will run from 14 July to 17 October.