If you live in London or if you are planning to visit the capital city this autumn, apart from sightseeing and visiting the famous museums, you can also enjoy some art exhibitions. Whether you like traditional or modern paintings, watercolour or oil, you can find the exhibition to suit your artistic taste.

1. The EY Exhibition: Paul Klee at Tate Modern

Tate Modern will be exhibiting Paul Klee’s work starting this autumn. You can admire some of his “magic square” paintings between 16th October 2013 and 9th March 2014. Paul Klee is one of the most influential artists from the twentieth century whose work inspired artists like Rothko and Miró.

2. Facing the Modern: the Portrait in Vienna 1900 at National Gallery

Between 9th October 2013 and 12 January 2014 you can admire paintings by Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka at the National Gallery in London. The exhibition explores the Viennese portraiture during the Austro-Hungarian Empire around 1900.

3. Watercolour Now at Bankside Gallery

Bankside Gallery in London will be hosting an exhibition of watercolour paintings by artists of the Royal Watercolour Society between 4th October and 2nd November 2013. The exhibition will be accompanied by talks, demonstrations and various related events.

4. Australia at The Royal Academy of Arts

This exhibition captures the cultural evolution of Australia through its arts from 1800 to present. The exhibition will be open between 21st September and 8th December 2013 and you can admire paintings, drawings, watercolours, photography and multimedia.

5. A Million Brushstrokes at Llewellyn Alexander Gallery

Llewelly Alexander gallery in London is hosting an exhibition of miniature art in oil and watercolour by living artists. The artworks are for sale and the exhibition is on until 31st October.