A painting of musician Chris Rea in concert is one of a series of artworks being exhibited to raise awareness of the launch of Hope for Tomorrow, a new charity to help families coping with cancer.

The Art of Music exhibition includes 50 original paintings of artists such as Mick Jagger, Madonna and Tina Turner performing live by Spanish artist Juan Carlos. The charity's founder Christine Mills set up Hope for Tomorrow in memory of her husband who recently died of cancer. The charity aims to provide counselling and support services as well as financial advice to families coping with the effects or aftermath of cancer. Mills previously launched Art To Give, a business that sold art to raise money for charity. The Art of Music exhibition is showing at the Mall Galleries in London throughout December.

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