Tate Papers no.25

In this issue: the politics of collaboration, Turner, Hepworth and the value of exhibitions

In Focus: Mousehold Heath, Norwich

Sam Smiles and Rachel Scott explore the techniques, materials and complicated history of this large oil painting by John Crome.

Henry Moore: Sculptural Process and Public Identity

Discover how Moore made his sculptures and explore his public status

Heroic Symbols

Christian Weikop investigates Anselm Kiefer's Heroic Symbols – hundreds of photographs documenting the artist performing the taboo Sieg Heil salute.

Research publication
Joseph Mallord William Turner, 'Kew Bridge, with Brentford Eyot in the Foreground and Strand-on-Green Seen through the Arches: Low Tide' 1805
J.M.W. Turner: Sketchbooks, Drawings and Watercolours

Read about one of Britain's great Romantic artists

In Focus projects

Discover new information and insights about works in Tate’s collection

research publication
Philip James De Loutherbourg, 'An Avalanche in the Alps' 1803
The Art of the Sublime

Explore the history of the sublime and what it means today

In Focus: The Doll’s House

Samuel Shaw explores this beguiling painting by William Rothenstein, from a critical period in British art history.

Research publication
William Ratcliffe, 'Clarence Gardens' 1912
The Camden Town Group in Context

Explore the world of the Camden Town Group of artists in Edwardian Britain

In Focus: The Girl Chewing Gum by John Smith

Read research on the making and history of John Smith's The Girl Chewing Gum 1976

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