In the second of four films, Neal Tait, one of the artists featured in Tate Britain’s Watercolour exhibition, talks to young people from Archbishop Tenison’s School, London about his work.
The starting point for the films is Tate Britain’s Watercolour exhibition, which explores watercolour from the middle ages to now. These films give you a great insight into how watercolour is being used by contemporary artists and young people. The following films will feature the artists Nicola Durvasula and Sophie von Hellermann. This film is part of the Great British Art Debate.
Alison Smith is lead curator of Watercolour and Curator (Head of British Art to 1900), at Tate Britain.