It’s bike week! So it’s time to get cycling

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  • Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, '[no title]' 1967

    Sir Eduardo Paolozzi
    [no title] 1967
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 380 x 255 mm
    Presented by Rose and Chris Prater through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975 The Estate of Eduardo Paolozzi

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  • Simon Starling, 'Five-Man Pedersen (Prototype No.1)' 2003

    Simon Starling
    Five-Man Pedersen (Prototype No.1) 2003
    Mixed media
    object: 1240 x 4050 x 550 mm
    Purchased 2004 Simon Starling

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  • Julian Trevelyan, 'Outside Kampala' 1966

    Julian Trevelyan
    Outside Kampala 1966
    Intaglio print on paper
    image: 350 x 473 mm
    Presented by Mrs Mary Trevelyan, the artist's widow 1989 The estate of Julian Trevelyan

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  • Julian Trevelyan, 'Bicycle Shop' 1937-72

    Julian Trevelyan
    Bicycle Shop 1937-72
    Gouache and intaglio print on paper
    support: 203 x 254 mm
    Presented by Waddington Galleries through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975 The estate of Julian Trevelyan

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  • Nigel Henderson, 'Stressed Photograph' circa 1950

    Nigel Henderson
    Stressed Photograph circa 1950
    Black and white photograph on paper
    support: 305 x 507 mm
    Purchased 2007 The estate of Nigel Henderson

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  • Anthony Gross, 'La Route de Ste Livrade' 1932

    Anthony Gross
    La Route de Ste Livrade 1932
    Oil on canvas
    support: 495 x 645 mm
    Presented by the artist 1981 The estate of Anthony Gross

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  • Joseph Beuys, 'Joseph Beuys, 'is it about a bycicle?'' 1985

    Joseph Beuys
    Joseph Beuys, 'is it about a bycicle?' 1985
    Poster on paper
    image: 672 x 957 mm
    ARTIST ROOMS Acquired jointly with the National Galleries of Scotland through The d'Offay Donation with assistance from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and the Art Fund 2008 DACS, 2009

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  • Rafael Penagos, 'Boy with Mirror' 1976

    Rafael Penagos
    Boy with Mirror 1976
    Lithograph on paper
    image: 775 x 571 mm
    Presented by Curwen Studio 1977 DACS, 2002

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  • Robert Medley, 'Summer Eclogue No. 1: Cyclists' 1950

    Robert Medley
    Summer Eclogue No. 1: Cyclists 1950
    Oil on canvas
    unconfirmed: 1295 x 1600 mm frame: 1370 x 1676 x 62 mm
    Purchased 1992 The estate of Robert Medley

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  • Damien Hirst, 'Burning wheel' 2002

    Damien Hirst
    Burning wheel 2002
    Colour etching on Hahnemhle paper
    support: 910 x 710 mm
    Presented by Penny Govett 2007 Damien Hirst

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  • Michael Landy, 'H.2.N.Y. Self-constructing Self-destroying Tinguely Machine, Museum of Modern Art, 17th March 1960' 2006

    Michael Landy
    H.2.N.Y. Self-constructing Self-destroying Tinguely Machine, Museum of Modern Art, 17th March 1960 2006
    Charcoal on wove paper
    support: 1500 x 2270 mm
    Purchased 2007 Michael Landy

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  • John Shelley, 'Annunciation' 1968

    John Shelley
    Annunciation 1968
    Oil on board
    support: 959 x 1568 mm
    Presented by the Trustees of the Chantrey Bequest 1969 John Shelley

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  • Richard Long, 'The Crossing Place of Road and River. A Walk of the Same Length as the River Avon: An 84 Mile Northward Walk Along the Foss Way Roman Road' 1977

    Richard Long
    The Crossing Place of Road and River. A Walk of the Same Length as the River Avon: An 84 Mile Northward Walk Along the Foss Way Roman Road 1977
    Pencil, photograph and text on paper
    support: 875 x 1225 mm support: 875 x 1225 mm
    Purchased 1991 Richard Long

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If you need a little encouragement, browse our slideshow of idyllic country lanes, boy’s first bicycles and colourful abstract wheels. So whether you are a lone cyclist or favour Simon Starling’s unconventional tandem, make some tracks Richard Long style.

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