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Jubilee River Pageant art goes on display

More than 50 works of art, all created at various points along the route of the memorable Jubilee River Pageant last year, go on free public display tomorrow at The Pump House Gallery in Battersea Park.

The show is part of a series of accessible and free public art works, installations and events near the Thames organised by the Mayor's Thames Festival.

Here is some of the art inspired by the 3 June event last year, when nearly a million people turned out to see the Queen travel down the Thames on the Spirit of Chartwell, among a huge flotilla of boats.

'The 'Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant from the Roof of the Savoy', by David Downes Credit: David Downes/ITN
'Narrow Boats Coming up the Thames', by Paul Alcock Credit: Paul Alcock/ITN
'River Pageant Print', by Roanna Stallard Credit: Roanna Stallard/ITN
'The Pageant: The Royal Barge', by Sue Jelley Credit: Sue Jelley/ITN
'Gloriana Coronation Chicken, June 3rd 2013', engraving by Chris Orr MBE Credit: Chris Orr/ITN
Beachgoers at the Thames Festival, by Barry Lewis Credit: Barry Lewis/ITN