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The Painting

Tate Research In Focus project on John Constable's Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows 1831
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But is it installation art?

What does the term ‘installation art’ mean? Does it apply to big dark rooms that you stumble into to watch ...

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Colour me British: Watercolour I

Tate Britain is staging a grand survey of watercolour painting in Great Britain, from the early thirteenth century through to ...

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Large legacy of the little Spaniard: Picasso and Modern British Art at Tate Britain I

It is well known that Pablo Picasso initiated many important developments of twentieth-century art, but we know less about his ...

Exhibition Guide

Rachel Whiteread

Find out more about our exhibition at Tate Britain


Diaspora is a term used to describe movements in population from one country to another and is often cited in ...


The Bronze Age: Henry Moore

Henry Moore's global fame cast a huge shadow over a generation of younger British sculptors. Chris Turner examines the ...

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Edward Hopper and British Artists

This article examines the changes in Edward Hopper’s painting style during his stays in Paris between 1906 to 1910 ...

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Cultivated minds: The art of the garden

Martin Postle talks to Christoph Becker about artists and the inspiration of their gardens


Tate Britain

The home of British art from 1500 to the present day

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Tate Papers

Tate Papers publishes scholarly articles relating to Tate’s collection and varied activities as a museum twice a year. Read ...
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William Blake’s 1809 Exhibition

This paper introduces the 1809 London exhibition that William Blake organised of his own works, exploring its high ambition and ...

Look Closer

Constable's legacy and influence

Discover how Constable ensured the circulation and longevity of his masterpieces and explore his influence on later generations of artists

In the Gallery

Women and Power: A walk through Tate Britain

Explore stories of women’s empowerment across the centuries through works in our collection


Sounds of War and Peace

Susan Philipsz has created a sound work for Tate Britain using war-damaged musical instruments. Sombre and peaceful, the work provides ...


Craft is a form of making which generally produces an object that has a function: such as something you can ...

Student Resource

Dynamism and Movement Exam Help

Explore how artists use marks and colour to suggest motion or make kinetic, performance and video art to explore movement

Richard Deacon: Struck Dumb

In February 2014, Tate Britain presents a major retrospective of the work of Turner Prize winner Richard Deacon


Painting is the practice of applying paint or other media to a surface, usually with a brush