And maybe National portrait gallery.
They have just aquired a new picture which should be up your street!
The National Portrait Gallery in London has acquired a portrait painting of what was almost certainly Britain's first famous male transvestite.
Yes, long, long before Grayson Perry, Eddie Izzard and, er, Alex Reid - way back in 1792 in fact - Chevalier d'Eon, an eighteenth-century diplomat who lived in London from 1762-1777 as a man and from 1785-1810 as a woman, was immortalised in paint.
The painting was spotted by London dealer Philip Mould at a sale outside New York last year where it being peddled as a portrait of unknown - and it must be said, slightly butch-looking - woman.