Exposed: The Victorian Nude: Room guide

Exposed: The Victorian Nude analyses the presentation of the male and female nude in Britain during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901). The exhibition is arranged in six rooms, which focus on different issues concerned with the production and reception of images of the nude. The exhibition is not divided into strict chronological order, although the first room deals with work produced early in the Victorian era, and the final room focuses on the last decades of the nineteenth century and the early years of the twentieth century.

Exposed: The Victorian Nude Room 1: The English Nude

Exposed: The Victorian Nude: Room guide: Room 1: The English Nude: past Tate Britain exhibition

Exposed: The Victorian Nude Room 2: The Classical Nude

Exposed: The Victorian Nude: Room guide: Room 2: The Classical Nude: past Tate Britain exhibition

Exposed: The Victorian Nude Room 3 : The Private Nude

Exposed: The Victorian Nude: Room guide: Room 3 : The Private Nude: past Tate Britain exhibition

Exposed: The Victorian Nude Room 4: The Artist's Studio

Exposed: The Victorian Nude: Room guide: Room 4: The Artist's Studio: past Tate Britain exhibition

Exposed: The Victorian Nude Room 5: Sensation! The Nude in High Art

Exposed: The Victorian Nude: Room guide: Room 5: Sensation! The Nude in High Art: past Tate Britain exhibition

Exposed: The Victorian Nude Room 6 The Modern Nude

Exposed: The Victorian Nude: Room guide: Room 6 The Modern Nude: past Tate Britain exhibtion