A new photograph of This Is England star Jack O'Connell has been commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery.
The portrait, taken by photographer Tereza Cervenova, was commissioned through the John Kobal New Work Award, is awarded annually to a photographer under 35.
The picture was taken in the garden at O'Connell's family home in Derby.
It is intended to challenge the image of an angry youth that is associated with his acting roles such as the blue-collar teenager Pukey Nicholls in This Is England, a young murderer in Eden Lake and a drug addict in Harry Brown.
He is currently starring as Brick in a production of Tennessee Williams' Cat On A Hot Tin Roof at the Apollo Theatre in London.
In the picture O'Connell is reflected through a window as his torso apparently emerges intertwined with panels of a wooden fence.
The photograph will go on display at the gallery in 2018.