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Romantics, room guide, Neo-Romantics

Information about the Neo-Romantics room in The Romantics display at Tate Britain
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Making a horse with dad: David Smith II

David Smith was best known for his large, muscular sculptures, but also had a vivid interest in contemporary dance. Here ...

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Who is Barbara Hepworth?

Barbara Hepworth was a British sculptor, who was born in Wakefield in 1903. Find out more about her nature-inspired artworks

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Who is Marcel Duchamp?

Can everyday objects be art? What about your kettle, sink or... even your toilet?

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His darkened imagination: Henry Moore

His darkened imagination: Andrew Causey on Henry Moore, Tate Etc. issue 18 Spring 2010


Neo-romanticism is a term applied to the imaginative and often quite abstract landscape based painting of Paul Nash, Graham Sutherland ...


Buried treasure

The Tate Archive is no longer a dusty destination of interest only to experts: now you can explore it from ...


Toppled monuments and the meaning of iconoclasm

With Art Under Attack currently at Tate Britain, the exhibition's curator looks at the many different reasons that art ...

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Globe trotter: The journey of an artwork

In the first of a new series, Tate Etc. explores the life and times of a work in the Tate ...

A Discussion on Practice and Problems: Public event at Tate Britain, 11 November 2016

A Discussion on Practice and Problems | Update on Cleaning Modern Oil Paints collaborative European research project
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Drawing in the Dark: Involuntary Drawing

Susan Morris approaches the subject of involuntary drawing from the point of view of an artist trying to make a ...


A-Z of Paul Klee

Learn 26 things about one of the most innovative painters of the 20th century

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Avant-garde apostle: Theo van Doesburg

A painter, poet, art critic, typographer, designer and publisher who played a key role in the international exchange of ideas ...

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The emblem of earthly vanities: Shadows

In folk tales, Gothic novels and film noir, shadows are premonitions, harbingers of threat and death. Western painting and its ...

Gifts and bequests

Major gifts and bequests to the Tate collection, from ARTISTS ROOMS to the Turner Bequest


Three-dimensional art made by one of four basic processes: carving, modelling, casting, constructing

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The perception of symmetry

Michael Bird on notions of how symmetry, the Doppelgänger, duality and mirror images have played a part in the way ...

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Infinity on a single canvas?: Yayoi Kusama at Tate Modern

One of Japan’s most prolific artists, Yayoi Kusama is probably best known for her spot-covered rooms and objects. On ...


Hatchings: Technique as Motif

Tate Research In Focus project on Dancers on a Plane 1980–1 by Jasper Johns
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Francis Bacon: Back to Degas: Rothenstein Lecture 2011

Providing the first focused account of Francis Bacon’s artistic dialogue with Edgar Degas, Martin Hammer argues that the French ...