Burdened beneath the weight of all that stodgy food and alcohol you ate and drank over the festive period? Let us take you on a detox journey through Tate’s collection to help get you going in the right direction…

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  • William Henry Hunt, 'Fruit' date not known

    William Henry Hunt
    Fruit date not known
    Watercolour on paper
    support: 216 x 273 mm
    Presented by Charles Fraser 1905

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  • George Lance, 'Fruit ('The Summer Gift')' 1848, exhibited 1848

    George Lance
    Fruit ('The Summer Gift') 1848, exhibited 1848
    Oil on canvas
    support: 711 x 914 mm
    Presented by Robert Vernon 1847

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  • Sir Nathaniel Bacon, 'Cookmaid with Still Life of Vegetables and Fruit' circa 1620-5

    Sir Nathaniel Bacon
    Cookmaid with Still Life of Vegetables and Fruit circa 1620-5
    Oil on canvas
    unconfirmed: 1510 x 2475 mm
    Purchased with assistance from the Art Fund 1995

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  • Raymond Mason, 'The Departure of Fruit and Vegetables from the Heart of Paris, 28 February 1969' 1969-1971

    Raymond Mason
    The Departure of Fruit and Vegetables from the Heart of Paris, 28 February 1969 1969-1971
    Epoxy resin and acrylic
    3080 x 3150 x 1355 mm
    Presented by the American Fund for the Tate Gallery, courtesy of William Louis-Dreyfus 2004 Raymond Mason

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  • Lionel Bicknell Constable, 'Leathes Water (Thirlmere)' circa 1850

    Lionel Bicknell Constable
    Leathes Water (Thirlmere) circa 1850
    Oil on paper laid on board
    support: 244 x 394 mm
    Bequeathed by George Salting 1910

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  • Jacques Lipchitz, 'Meditation' 1931, cast 1960s

    Jacques Lipchitz
    Meditation 1931, cast 1960s
    Plaster
    object: 197 x 180x 146 mm
    Presented by the Lipchitz Foundation 1982 The estate of Jacques Lipchitz, courtesy, Marlborough Gallery, New York

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  • Richard Hamilton, 'Adonis in Y fronts' 1963

    Richard Hamilton
    Adonis in Y fronts 1963
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 610 x 816 mm
    Presented by Rose and Chris Prater through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975 The estate of Richard Hamilton

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  • Marcel Broodthaers, 'Daguerre's Soup' 1975

    Marcel Broodthaers
    Daguerre's Soup 1975
    Screenprint, photograph and mixed media on paper
    support: 530 x 514 mm
    Purchased 1977 DACS, 2002

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  • Uta Barth, '[no title]' 1995-7

    Uta Barth
    [no title] 1995-7
    Lithograph on paper
    image: 112 x 112 mm
    Purchased 1998 Uta Barth, courtesy Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, NY

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  • Joe Tilson, 'Cut Out and Send II' 1968

    Joe Tilson
    Cut Out and Send II 1968
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 1013 x 686 mm
    Presented by Rose and Chris Prater through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975 Joe Tilson. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2002

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  • Mary Fedden, 'Basket of Lemons' 1971

    Mary Fedden
    Basket of Lemons 1971
    Lithograph on paper
    image: 749 x 549 mm
    Presented by Curwen Studio through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975 Mary Fedden

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  • Damien Hirst, 'Salad' 1999

    Damien Hirst
    Salad 1999
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 1495 x 860 mm frame: 1647 x 1130 x 36 mm
    Presented by Charles Booth-Clibborn to mark the opening of Tate Modern and Tate Britain 1999 Damien Hirst

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  • Patrick Caulfield, 'Water Jug' 1981-2

    Patrick Caulfield
    Water Jug 1981-2
    Screenprint on paper
    image: 794 x 571 mm
    Purchased 1999 Patrick Caulfield. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2002

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