A house, which Vincent Van Gogh once lived in, has opened to the public.
The famous artist lived in the property in Hackford Road in 1873, when he came to London to study and work for a year.
The house was recently purchased at auction for £575,000.
The Director of the National Gallery, Dr Nicholas Penny has thanked the Van Gogh Museum for the unprecedented loan of a sunflower painting.
'This exhibition is designed to help those for whom the paintings by Van Gogh are compelling images to understand how they were made - and made again - and out of what materials' he said.
'It will deepen every visitor's appreciation of the artist. We are very grateful to the Van Gogh Museum for making this possible.'
Vincent Van Gogh started painting pictures of sunflowers in 1888 when he left Paris to live in the South of France.
He invited the artist Paul Gauguin to stay with him in a house he rented and painted the sunflowers which had been left in Gaugin's bedroom.
The five paintings he completed now reside in collections around the world in;
Two paintings of sunflowers by the post impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh have gone on display at the National Gallery.
The paintings have been reunited for the first time in 65 years after the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam agreed to lend their painting to the Trafalagar Square gallery.
Lambeth Council has renamed Isabel Street, Vincent Van Gogh Walk.The Dutch artist lived in Hackford Road, which is located nearby in 1873-74. The event is part of a scheme that transformed the badly lit road into a clean, green and safe environment.
The road will be officially opened later today on the birthday of Van Gogh.