This is a sponsored post in partnership with The Courtauld Gallery Lates.
Explore the Courtauld's new exhibition Mantegna to Matisse: Master Drawings from The Courtauld Galleryafter hours next week at the first of three Lates inspired by drawing.
Spanning over 500 years, the exhibition includes rarely seen drawings by Dürer, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo as well as masterpieces by Rembrandt, Cézanne, Van Gogh and Matisse.
Take in the amazing drawings, get to know the world-famous collection, listen to live music, take part in an art workshop, or hear an exhibition talk. You can also relax with food and drink in the Gallery Café.
If you feel inclined to take inspiration from Rubens's drawing of Helen Fourment and wear something flamboyant, outrageous or intriguing on your head, you'll get in for free.
Another way to be there for free is to enter this competition. One person will win a pair of tickets to the Late on Thursday 28 June and a copy of the exhibition catalogue.
To enter: simply like the Courtauld on Facebook and/or follow them on Twitter and then leave a comment below answering this question: if you could draw anything in the world, what would it be?
The competition closes on Friday 22 June at 5pm. A winner will be picked at random from all entries. You can enter as many times as you like. Winner will be notified by Facebook or Twitter.
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.
The Master Drawings Lates at the Courtauld Gallery supported by the Art Fund happen on Thursday 28 June, 2 August and 6 September 2012 until 9pm. Admission: £6 / concessions £4.50. Free admission with National Art Pass.