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Sir Jacob Epstein, recipient: Peggy Jean Lewis Letter from Jacob Epstein to Peggy Jean

25 March [1952]
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Sir Jacob Epstein, recipient: Peggy Jean Lewis Letter from Jacob Epstein to Peggy Jean

12 December 1954
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Kenneth Armitage, recipient: Joan Augusta Monro Moore Letter from Kenneth Armitage to Joan Moore, addressed North Minden Barracks, Deepcut, Aldershot

[November–December 1939]
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Duncan Grant, recipient: Vanessa Bell Letter from D. [Duncan Grant] to Vanessa Bell [possibly in Cambridge]

[c.September–October 1928]
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Duncan Grant, recipient: Vanessa Bell Letter from Bear [Duncan Grant] to Vanessa Bell [Charleston]

[September 1918]
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Pop Art and the Socialist ‘Thing’: Dušan Otašević in the 1960s: GLOBAL POP

The early work of Dušan Otašević constitutes a rare example of the influence of Anglo-American pop on an eastern European ...

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A Belated ‘Breakthrough’ to Abstraction

In Focus study by AnnMarie Perl on Meryon 1960–1 by Franz Kline, a Tate Research publication
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Sir Jacob Epstein, recipient: Peggy Jean Lewis Letter from Jacob Epstein to Peggy Jean

07 December [1948]
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Sir Jacob Epstein, recipient: Peggy Jean Lewis Letter from Jacob Epstein to Peggy Jean Hornstein

16 April [1958]
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The Very Late Style of Hans Hartung

Hans Hartung (1904–1989) suffered a major stroke in 1986 and was wheelchair-bound for his remaining years. Yet in this ...

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The Painting: Making and Meaning

Tate Research In Focus project on The Deluge 1920 by Winifred Knights
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Otaïti 1930 by Francis Picabia

Picabia’s so-called ‘transparency’ paintings – of which Otaïti is a prime example – have not been the subject of much technical ...

Adrian Stokes’s Psychoanalysis and Carving Aesthetic

Stokes’s writings are used in this essay to highlight factors in his psychoanalysis that may have contributed to his ...

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From Over- to Sub-Exposure: The Anamnesis of Les Immatériaux: Landmark Exhibitions Issue

Les Immatériaux, Jean-François Lyotard’s and Thierry Chaput’s 1985 groundbreaking exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, is discussed ...