A new resource for key stage 2-3 students looking at Henry Moore's life, his sculpture, and where he found inspiration for his work.
Browse Tate's online glossary which is designed to explain and illuminate some of the art terminology you will find on our website, from abstract art to Zero
A thorough examination of Millais' Ophelia looking at its subject matter, materials, techniques and conservation
This new resource for KS3 students, introduces cubist artists, ideas and techniques and provides discussion and activity suggestions for creating a cubist artwork for the twenty-first century
Who is Bridget Riley and why did Yves Klein invent a colour? The Tate Kids homework help blogposts answers all those tricky art questions, most suitable for ages 8–13
Throughout the first half of the 19th century, Turner dominated British landscape painting. He was a master of atmosphere through his attention to light and colour. How well do you know him? We give five essential facts
Through a series of learning tutorials, let artists and curators take you on a journey through art histories and practices from around the world
Explore installation art with this in-depth look at Carlos Garaicoa's Letter to the Censors: discover what inspired the artist; how the work was made...and go behind-the-scenes to investigate what is involved in collecting, preserving and displaying installations