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  1. Blog
    1 December 2014

    Can you recognise an artwork by its colours? We invite you to take our Tate collection colour palette quiz!

  2. Blog
    1 December 2014

    So, how did you get on? Tally up your points according to the answers below and find out just how clued-up on artists' colour you are

  3. Blog
    16 August 2013
    Louise Cohen, Susan Holtham

    We don't mean to boast, dear readers, but we're very excited that Britain's billboards, buses and black cabs are covered in eye-popping art posters...

  4. Blog
    17 January 2013

    Artists have traditionally lived a rather bohemian lifestyle, favouring a city’s grittier neighbourhoods with cheaper studios and living rents....

  5. Blog
    10 January 2013

    Monna Vanna was painted by Dante Gabriel Rosetti in 1866. From 1866 to 1873 he changed its title three times. First Venus Veneta, then Monna Vanna ...

  6. Blog
    12 December 2012
    Nicola Mascall

    The bed.  A place in which to rest, sleep and dream.  A place for love.  It is also a place for thoughts to come, evolve and take...

  7. Blog
    4 December 2012
    Rebecca Ward

    Let Late at Tate Britain warm up your winter with a Pre-Raphaelite inspired evening. With fashion, performance, craft and music, you’ll...

  8. Blog
    30 November 2012
    Tracy Bellaries

    Fashion collector and designer Tracy Bellaries discusses how the work of the Pre-Raphaelites influences her own craft.

  9. Blog
    23 November 2012
    Elizabeth E. Schuch

    Illustrator and theatrical designer Elizabeth E. Schuch of Immortal Longings discusses how the work of the Pre-Raphaelites influences her...

  10. Blog
    9 November 2012
    Emily Peacock

    UK-based needlework designer Emily Peacock discusses how the work of the Pre-Raphaelites influences her own craft.

  11. Blog
    2 November 2012
    Sahara Dalley

    Textile printer Sahara Dalley from PapaTotoro discusses how the work of the Pre-Raphaelites influences her own craft.

  12. Blog
    26 October 2012
    Stella Bethlehem

    Painter and printmaker Stella Bethlehem from Narinsilk discusses how the work of the Pre-Raphaelites influences her own craft.

  13. Blog
    24 October 2012
    Lucinda Hawksley

    That Dante Gabriel Rossetti adored women is apparent when you look at almost any of his paintings. Whatever the title, the main subject is almost...

  14. Blog
    19 October 2012
    Luciene Calabria

    Potter Luciene Calabria from 42Pots discusses how the work of the Pre-Raphaelites influences her own craft.

  15. Blog
    17 September 2012
    Rebecca Ward

    Work of the week marks London Fashion week with the painting Monna Vanna, by Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

  16. Blog
    11 September 2012
    Alison Smith

    Today, Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde finally opens to the public. It has been five years since Tim Barringer, Professor of...

  17. Blog
    7 September 2012
    Lee Cheshire

    164 years ago, at about this time in September 1848, a group of precocious young artists and writers met in secret to draw up a manifesto and...

  18. Blog
    30 August 2012
    Alison Smith

    Paintings by the Pre-Raphaelites are amongst the best-loved in Tate’s collection. But they were not always considered to be uncomplicatedly...

  19. Blog
    23 August 2012
    Alison Smith

    When did modern art begin in Britain? In a new show, opening at Tate Britain onSeptember 12 2012, I hope to show you that it was in the mid 19th...

  20. Blog
    8 May 2012
    Kirstie Beaven1

    You never need an excuse to make a wombat the work of the week, but if we did, the anniversary of Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s birth, this week in 1828...

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