A Walk Through the Twentieth Century

Dame Barbara Hepworth, ‘Three Forms’ 1935
Dame Barbara Hepworth
Three Forms 1935
Tate
© Bowness
Francis Bacon, ‘Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion’ c.1944
Francis Bacon
Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion c.1944
Tate
© Tate
Roger Hilton, ‘February 1954’ 1954
Roger Hilton
February 1954 1954
Tate
© The estate of Roger Hilton
Henry Moore OM, CH, ‘Maquette for Fallen Warrior’ 1956, cast 1956–7
Henry Moore OM, CH
Maquette for Fallen Warrior 1956, cast 1956–7
Tate
© The Henry Moore Foundation. All Rights Reserved
Pauline Boty, ‘The Only Blonde in the World’ 1963
Pauline Boty
The Only Blonde in the World 1963
Tate
© The estate of Pauline Boty
Bill Woodrow, ‘Car Door, Ironing Board and Twin-Tub with North American Indian Head-Dress’ 1981
Bill Woodrow
Car Door, Ironing Board and Twin-Tub with North American Indian Head-Dress 1981
Tate
© Bill Woodrow
Gilbert & George, ‘Red Morning Trouble’ 1977
Gilbert & George
Red Morning Trouble 1977
Tate
© Gilbert and George
Chris Ofili, ‘No Woman, No Cry’ 1998
Chris Ofili
No Woman, No Cry 1998
Tate
© Chris Ofili, courtesy Victoria Miro Gallery, London

This Collection display, running the length of galleries on the western side of the building, allows visitors to walk through a chronological display of 20th-century British art at Tate Britain.

Hung in a purely visual way, designed to engage attention through the inherent qualities of individual works of art, and in juxtaposition with other pieces across a broadly chronological run, these displays form the back-bone to the gallery experience.

View the artworks in this display