According to the Chinese calendar, on 31January we enter the year of the Horse so we've herded the Chinese zodiac animals from Tate's collection

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  • Bryan Kneale, 'Horse' 1985

    Bryan Kneale
    Horse 1985
    Chalk on paper
    support: 1831 x 913 mm
    Presented by Sir Richard (later Lord) Attenborough 1987 Bryan Kneale

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  • Nicholas Monro, 'Sheep' 1970

    Nicholas Monro
    Sheep 1970
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 635 x 899 mm
    Presented by Rose and Chris Prater through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975 Nicholas Monro

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  • Hans Feibusch, 'Monkeys' 1946

    Hans Feibusch
    Monkeys 1946
    Lithograph on paper
    image: 495 x 762 mm
    Presented by Patrick Seale Prints 1975 The estate of Hans Feibusch

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  • Edward Ruscha, 'RED ROOSTER' 1996

    Edward Ruscha
    RED ROOSTER 1996
    Acrylic and pencil on lithograph on paper
    support: 540 x 711 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 Edward Ruscha

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  • Sir Cedric Morris, Bt, 'Belle of Bloomsbury' 1948

    Sir Cedric Morris, Bt
    Belle of Bloomsbury 1948
    Oil on canvas
    support: 663 x 552 mm
    Bequeathed by Miss Nancy Morris, the artist's sister 1988 The estate of Sir Cedric Morris

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  • Barry Flanagan, 'Truffle Hunt' 1972, published 1983

    Barry Flanagan
    Truffle Hunt 1972, published 1983
    Intaglio print on paper
    image: 127 x 178 mm
    Presented by Sue Flanagan, the artist's former wife 1985 The estate of Barry Flanagan, courtesy Plubronze Ltd

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  • Colin Lanceley, 'Popiel' 1972

    Colin Lanceley
    Popiel 1972
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 775 x 578 mm
    Presented by Rose and Chris Prater through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975 DACS, 2002

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  • Julian Trevelyan, 'Green Oxen' 1968

    Julian Trevelyan
    Green Oxen 1968
    Lithograph on paper
    image: 384 x 508 mm
    Presented by Waddington Galleries through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975 The estate of Julian Trevelyan

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  • Roni Horn, 'Thicket No. 2' 1990, reconstructed 1999

    Roni Horn
    Thicket No. 2 1990, reconstructed 1999
    Aluminium and plastic
    displayed: 115 x 660 x 3677 mm, 594kg (297kg each sculpture)
    Presented by Janet Wolfson de Botton 1996 Roni Horn

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  • Joseph Beuys, 'Chinese Hare Sugar' 1979

    Joseph Beuys
    Chinese Hare Sugar 1979
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 210 x 296 mm
    Purchased 1982 DACS, 2009

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  • R.B. Kitaj, '(16) China of Today' 1969-70

    R.B. Kitaj
    (16) China of Today 1969-70
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 457 x 580 mm
    Presented by Rose and Chris Prater through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975 The estate of R. B. Kitaj

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  • Robert Mapplethorpe, 'Snakeman' 1981

    Robert Mapplethorpe
    Snakeman 1981
    Black and white silver gelatin print on paper
    support: 441 x 342 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 2008All Mapplethorpe works Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Used by permission.

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Which one are you? A hot-headed, mighty dragon? A profound yet unassuming snake? A charming, charismatic monkey?

Find your animal counterpart in Tate’s collection.

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