See some key artworks acquired by Tate in recent years thanks to the support of our Members.

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  • Patrick Caulfield, 'Braque Curtain' 2005

    Patrick Caulfield
    Braque Curtain 2005
    Acrylic on canvas
    support: 865 x 1173 mm
    Purchased with assistance from Tate Members 2010 The estate of Patrick Caulfield. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2002

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  • Marc Camille Chaimowicz, 'Vienna Triptych, Leaning...and Surrounded by Chorus Girls and Sentinels' 1982

    Marc Camille Chaimowicz
    Vienna Triptych, Leaning…and Surrounded by Chorus Girls and Sentinels 1982
    8 painted plywood panels and 70 photographs, gelatin silver print on paper, between six glass panels
    Overall display dimensions variable
    Presented by Tate Members 2011
    © Marc Camille Chaimowicz

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  • William Blake, 'First Book of Urizen pl. 6' 1796, circa 1818

    William Blake
    First Book of Urizen pl. 6 1796, circa 1818
    Colour etching with paint, watercolour and ink on paper
    support: 250 x 187 mm
    Purchased with funds provided by the Art Fund, Tate Members, Tate Patrons, Tate Fund and individual donors 2009

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  • Sandra Blow, 'Vivace' 1988

    Sandra Blow
    Vivace 1988
    Acrylic and collage on canvas
    support: 2600 x 2600 mm
    Presented by Tate Members 2007 The estate of Sandra Blow

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  • Kathy Prendergast, 'BLACK MAP SERIES (America North Central)' 2009

    Kathy Prendergast
    BLACK MAP SERIES (America North Central) 2009
    Ink on printed map
    unconfirmed: 1027 x 1172 mm
    Presented by Tate Members 2010 Kathy Prendergast

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  • Sir Peter Paul Rubens, 'The Apotheosis of James I and Other Studies: Multiple Sketch for the Banqueting House Ceiling, Whitehall' circa 1628-30

    Sir Peter Paul Rubens
    The Apotheosis of James I and Other Studies: Multiple Sketch for the Banqueting House Ceiling, Whitehall circa 1628-30
    Oil on oak support, laminated onto a cradled mahogany support
    support: 947 x 630 mm
    Purchased with assistance from the National Heritage Memorial Fund, Tate Members, the Art Fund in memory of Sir Oliver Millar (with a contribution from the Wolfson Foundation) Viscount and Viscountess Hampden and Family, Monument Trust, Manny and Brigitta Davidson and the Family, and other donors 2008

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  • Rasheed Araeen, 'Rang Baranga' 1969

    Rasheed Araeen
    Rang Baranga 1969
    Wood and paint
    1820 x 610 x 460 mm
    Presented by Tate Members 2007 Rasheed Araeen

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  • Ellen Gallagher, 'Bird in Hand' 2006

    Ellen Gallagher
    Bird in Hand 2006
    Oil, ink, paper, polymer, salt, gold leaf on canvas
    support: 2383 x 3072 mm
    Presented anonymously 2007 Ellen Gallagher

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  • Jake Chapman, Dinos Chapman, 'The Chapman Family Collection' 2002

    Jake Chapman, Dinos Chapman
    The Chapman Family Collection 2002
    Thirty four wood and painted sculptures on plinths
    overall display dimensions variable
    Purchased with assistance from the Art Fund, Tate Members, Tate Fund, the Manton Fund and private donors 2008 Jake and Dinos Chapman

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  • Emily Mary Osborn, 'Nameless and Friendless. "The rich man's wealth is his strong city, etc." - Proverbs, x, 15' 1857

    Emily Mary Osborn
    Nameless and Friendless. "The rich man's wealth is his strong city, etc." - Proverbs, x, 15 1857
    Oil on canvas
    support: 825 x 1038 mm
    Purchased with assistance from Tate Members, the Millwood Legacy and a private donor 2009

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  • Tacita Dean, 'Kodak' 2006

    Tacita Dean
    Kodak 2006
    Single screen projection, 16mm colour film with audio track
    duration: 44min
    Presented by Tate Members 2007 Tacita Dean, courtesy Frith Street Gallery, London and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York/Paris

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  • Simon Starling, 'Work Made-ready, Les Baux de Provence (Mountain Bike)' 2001

    Simon Starling
    Work Made-ready, Les Baux de Provence (Mountain Bike) 2001
    Mixed media
    Overall displayed dimensions variable
    Purchased with assistance from Tate Members 2009 Simon Starling

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  • Paul Graham, 'Union Jack Flag in Tree, County Tyrone' 1985, printed 1993-4

    Paul Graham
    Union Jack Flag in Tree, County Tyrone 1985, printed 1993-4
    Colour photograph on paper
    support: 680 x 880 mm
    Presented by Tate Members 2007 Paul Graham

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  • Mark Wallinger, 'Royal Ascot' 1994

    Mark Wallinger
    Royal Ascot 1994
    4 channel colour video, sound, travelling cases and speakers
    Overall display dimensions variable
    Presented by Tate Members 2009 Mark Wallinger

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  • Braco Dimitrijevic, 'This Could be a Place of Historical Interest' 1972-7

    Braco Dimitrijevic
    This Could be a Place of Historical Interest 1972-7
    Black and white photographs
    in forty eight parts, each: 530 x 170 x 40 mm
    Presented by Tate Members 2007 Braco Dimitrijevic

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  • Vong Phaophanit, 'What Falls to the Ground but Can't Be Eaten' 1991

    Vong Phaophanit
    What Falls to the Ground but Can't Be Eaten 1991
    Bamboo poles, metal and light
    Overall display dimensions variable
    Presented by Tate Members 2008 Vong Phaophanit

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  • Hélio Oiticica, 'Tropicália, Penetrables PN 2 'Purity is a myth' and PN 3 'Imagetical'' 1966-1967

    Hlio Oiticica
    Tropiclia, Penetrables PN 2 'Purity is a myth' and PN 3 'Imagetical' 1966-1967
    Wood, cotton fabric, plastic sheet, hardboard, paint, carpet, nylon fabric, patchouli root, cinnamon sticks, sand, gravel, plants, metal, terracotta, brick, polystyrene, ink and television set and two parrots
    displayed dimensions: 2100 x 12100 x 40 mm
    Purchased with assistance from the American Fund for the Tate Gallery, the Latin American Acquisitions Committee, Tate Members and the Art Fund 2007 Projeto Hlio Oiticica

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