Yeo's latest work of actress and model Cara Delevingne will be included in a retrospective which will be held at Denmark's Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Castle next month.

In a statement to Reuters, Yeo said: "A lot of my work in the past has been about one painting of someone and trying to get everything about them into one image.''

"It had been in the back of my mind that it would be interesting to do the reverse and so rather than do a series of single images of people, to do the same subject over and over again."

Yeo chose Delevingne for her ever-changing looks as the model is known for her ephemeral beauty behind the camera lens and on the catwalk, as well as her stripped-back street-style.

The self-taught artist in his 25-year career has created portraits of important cultural and political figures including Damien Hirst and Tony Blair.

Jonathan Yeo Portraits will be at the Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Castle from 20th March–30th June, 2016. For more information see here.