Romantics

Henry Wallis, ‘Chatterton’ 1856
Henry Wallis
Chatterton 1856
Tate
Joseph Mallord William Turner, ‘Sunrise with Sea Monsters’ c.1845
Joseph Mallord William Turner
Sunrise with Sea Monsters c.1845
Tate
John Constable, ‘Sketch for ‘Hadleigh Castle’’ c.1828–9
John Constable
Sketch for ‘Hadleigh Castle’ c.1828–9
Tate
Romantics Tate Britain exhibition banner

This major display presents Romantic art in Britain: its origins, inspirations and legacies. Drawn from Tate’s collection, it showcases major works by Henry Fuseli, J.M.W. Turner, John Constable and Samuel Palmer.

Romantics Introduction to Romanticism

Introduction to the Romanticism exhibition at Tate Britain

Romantics Early Turner

The Early Turner room is part of the Romantics display at Tate Britain

The Romantics: Pictures for an Exhibition

This room, in The Romantics display at Tate Britain shows artists and pictures that starred in public exhibitions when Romanticism ...

Romantics Late Turner

Turner's ‘late style’ is characterised by expressive use of colour, by indistinct, unresolved forms, and above all by the ...

Romantics Romantic Shakespeare

Information about the Romantic Shakespeare room in the Romantics display at Tate Britain

Romantics Constable: Sketching from Nature

Information about the Constable room in the Romantics display at Tate Britain

Neo-Romantics

Information about the Neo-Romantics room in The Romantics display at Tate Britain

Romantics 'Skying': Looking at Clouds

eaturing the work of six Romantic artists, this display examines a range of approaches to representing atmospheric effects in landscape

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