Rigid support or surface for painting on

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  • British School 16th century, 'A Young Lady Aged 21, Possibly Helena Snakenborg, Later Marchioness of Northampton' 1569

    British School 16th century
    A Young Lady Aged 21, Possibly Helena Snakenborg, Later Marchioness of Northampton 1569
    Oil on oak panel
    support: 629 x 483 mm frame: 720 x 570 x 65 mm
    Presented by the Friends of the Tate Gallery 1961

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  • Alfred Wallis, 'Wreck of the Alba' circa 1938-9

    Alfred Wallis
    Wreck of the Alba circa 1938-9
    Oil on wood
    support: 377 x 683 mm frame: 576 x 882 x 52 mm
    Presented by the Tate Friends St Ives 1994 The estate of Alfred Wallis

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  • Joseph Mallord William Turner, 'Lucy, Countess of Carlisle, and Dorothy Percy's Visit to their Father Lord Percy, when under Attainder ...' exhibited 1831

    Joseph Mallord William Turner
    Lucy, Countess of Carlisle, and Dorothy Percy's Visit to their Father Lord Percy, when under Attainder ... exhibited 1831
    Oil on oak panel
    support: 400 x 692 mm frame: 744 x 1043 x 140 mm
    Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856

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Rigid support or surface for painting on, traditionally made of joined planks of wood, but more recently boards and composites.