In pictures: Bali Nine death row convict's paintings go on display in London

An Australian drug smuggler on death row in Indonesia will have his paintings, done during his decade in prison, go on display in London.

Myuran Sukumaran, 34, was sentenced to death in 2006 for trying to smuggle heroin out of Indonesia. Along with Andrew Chan, 31, he is said to be a leader of the so-called "Bali Nine" drug trafficking gang.

Sukumaran's cousin Niranjela Karunatilake, who is based in London, has arranged for an exhibition of his artwork to be put up in the headquarters of Amnesty International to raise awareness for his situation, reported The Independent.

Karunatilake said: "I hope people will come to see the exhibition next week, and think of Myu and let Indonesia know that there are people all over the world calling for mercy."

Here is a selection of his paintings: