An absorbing collection of works by acclaimed expressionist artist Feliks Topolski (1907-1989) will be seen by the public for the first time when a new, free exhibition opens at the Bank of England Museum in October. Feliks Topolski: Drawing Debden will feature works from a set of 27 drawings and paintings by Topolski, commissioned by the Bank of England in 1957 to mark the opening of its Printing Works in Debden, Essex, at the end of the Central Line. The exhibition runs at the Bank of England Museum in Threadneedle Street at the heart of the City of London. The opening of the new Debden printing works in 1956 signalled a great leap forward for the Bank of England and one which it wished to commemorate. The following year, the Bank of England commissioned Topolski to create an illustrated record of the building, its staff and the intricate process that saw paper enter the east end of the building and emerge from the west side as finished banknotes.