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  1. Audio: Conference

    The Dadaists, Futurists and Vorticists all rejected the sublime outright, but the relationship between modernist and sublime art is not a simple...

  2. Audio: Talks and lectures
    25 November 2009

    Join Professor David Solkin, a leading Turner expert and co-curator of the exhibition, for this lecture on the factors that shaped Turner’s...

  3. Audio: Talks and lectures
    25 November 2009

    Dr. James Hamilton examines Turner’s interest in the perspectival tricks of Vatican architecture, and his pursuit of Raphael.

  4. Audio: Talks and lectures
    24 November 2009

    Conservator Amelia Jackson gives a fascinating insight into materials and methods, explaining how the conservation process brings the Turner...

  5. Audio: Poem
    1 September 2008

    This September Camellia Stafford presents her poem, based on Chatterton 1856 by Henry Wallis, currently on display at Tate Britain (Room 14: Pre...

    Part of the series: Poem of the month
  6. Audio: Talks and lectures
    25 September 2007

    JMW Turner was Britain’s greatest and most prolific painters, producing over 32,000 works, the majority of which are held at Tate Britain.