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Some of the highlights to look out for at the annual art fair

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Some of the highlights to look out for at the annual art fair

The fifth Works on Paper fair begins next Thursday (6th February) at the Science Museum in London, and brings together watercolours, drawings, prints, posters and photographs dating from the late 15th century to the present day.

All the works are original and range in price from £250, which will, for example, garner you a screenprint by emerging artist Dan Hillier, to £75,000 for the 1902 Picasso drawing Nue Accroupie, an early example from his blue period – so there's something for every taste and budget.

With 50 leading dealers at the event, there is a huge range of exhibits to choose from but here are three of our favourites:

View of Coniston Old Man from Brantwood by Arthur Severn (1842-1931), watercolour and body colour on blue-grey paper, £4,250

The Thames Above Richmond Bridge by Henry Andrews Luscombe (1820-99), watercolour heightened with white, £1,450

Looking East From the Foot Bridge, Charing Cross by Angelo Colleen Hayter (1819-98), watercolour over pencil, £1,150

Works on Paper is at the Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London from 6th-9th February. Entry £15. 01798 861815; worksonpaperfair.com