If you are planning on dressing your dark side this Hallow-e’en, here’s a selection of Tate works to inspire your costume plans

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  • Peter Kennard, 'Defended to Death' 1983

    Peter Kennard
    Defended to Death 1983
    Photomontage, gouache on paper
    470 x 315 mm
    Purchased from the artist 2007 Peter Kennard

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  • Allen Jones, '[no title]' 1976-7

    Allen Jones
    [no title] 1976-7
    Screenprint on paper
    unconfirmed: 502 x 702 mm
    Purchased 1980 Allen Jones

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  • Daria Martin, 'Birds' 2001

    Daria Martin
    Birds 2001
    Single screen projection, 16mm colour film, audio track
    7min, 30sec
    Purchased 2007 Daria Martin

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  • Angus Fairhurst, 'Pietà (first version)' 1996

    Angus Fairhurst
    Piet (first version) 1996
    C-type print on paper
    unconfirmed: 350 x 500 mm
    Presented by Keir McGuiness 2009 The estate of Angus Fairhurst

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  • Arthur Hughes, 'The Wicked Fairy for 'At the Back of the North Wind'' circa 1870

    Arthur Hughes
    The Wicked Fairy for 'At the Back of the North Wind' circa 1870
    Pencil and pen and ink on paper
    support: 79 x 60 mm
    Presented by H. Reitlinger 1926

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  • Alan Davie, 'Village Myths No. 36' 1983

    Alan Davie
    Village Myths No. 36 1983
    Oil on canvas
    support: 2135 x 1730 mm
    Purchased 1983 Alan Davie

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  • Charles Ricketts, 'Costume Design for a Warrior in 'Montezuma'' circa 1925-6

    Charles Ricketts
    Costume Design for a Warrior in 'Montezuma' circa 1925-6
    Pencil, watercolour and gouache on paper
    support: 432 x 340 mm
    Presented by the Art Fund 1933

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  • Aubrey Beardsley, 'Design for the Frontispiece to John Davidson's Plays' 1894

    Aubrey Beardsley
    Design for the Frontispiece to John Davidson's Plays 1894
    Pen and ink, pencil and ink wash on paper
    support: 286 x 187 mm frame: 550 x 376 x 21 mm
    Bequeathed by John Lane 1926

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  • Martin Kippenberger, 'Matisse's Studio Sublet to Spiderman' 1996

    Martin Kippenberger
    Matisse's Studio Sublet to Spiderman 1996
    Lithograph on paper
    image: 578 x 398 mm
    Purchased 2005 Estate Martin Kippenberger/Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne

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  • Enrico David, 'Costume Design' 2008

    Enrico David
    Costume Design 2008
    Silkscreen on paper
    image: 360 x 300 mm
    Purchased with assistance from Anne Best 2008 Enrico David

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  • British (?) School, '[title not known]' date not known

    British (?) School
    [title not known] date not known
    Pen and ink and watercolour on paper
    support: 106 x 74 mm
    Purchased as part of the Opp Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996

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  • Henry Fuseli, 'Lady Macbeth Seizing the Daggers' ?exhibited 1812

    Henry Fuseli
    Lady Macbeth Seizing the Daggers ?exhibited 1812
    Oil on canvas
    support: 1016 x 1270 mm frame: 1213 x 1454 x 100 mm
    Purchased with assistance from the Friends of the Tate Gallery 1965

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  • Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, '[no title: trial proof for Conditional Probability Machine]' 1970

    Sir Eduardo Paolozzi
    [no title: trial proof for Conditional Probability Machine] 1970
    Intaglio print on paper
    image: 102 x 76 mm
    Presented anonymously through the Friends of the Tate Gallery 1980 The Estate of Eduardo Paolozzi

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  • Jake Chapman, Dinos Chapman, 'Exquisite Corpse' 2000

    Jake Chapman, Dinos Chapman
    Exquisite Corpse 2000
    Etching on paper
    image: 228 x 78 mm
    Purchased 2000 Jake and Dinos Chapman

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