See artworks in Tate Britain's collection displays from a range of different perspectives as we celebrate Women's History Month and the centenary of the first British women gaining the right to vote in 1918.
Throughout March and beyond, Tate staff and volunteers will share their personal responses to works on display, exploring the role of women as both subject and agent in British art over the centuries.
The talk meets in front of the artwork – please refer to gallery signage or speak to a member of staff to confirm location.
Thursday 8 and Friday 23 March, 13.30–13.40
Walter Sickert Miss Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies as Isabella of France 1932
Friday 9 March and Friday 16 March, 13.30–13.40
Sir John Everett Millais Ophelia 1851–2
Friday 9 and Thursday 15 March, 13.30–13.40
Goshka Macuga Death of Marxism, Women of All Lands Unite 2013
Saturday 10 March and Saturday 31 March, 13.30–13.40
John Singer Sargent Ena and Betty, Daughters of Asher and Mrs Wertheimer 1901
Sunday 18 March, 13.30–13.40
Augustus Leopold Egg Past and Present, No. 1 1858
Thursday 22 March, 13.30–13.40
Frances Hodgkins Flatford Mill 1930
Sunday 25 March, 13.30–13.40
Gwen John Dorelia in a Black Dress 1903–4
Thursday 29 March, 13.30–13.40
Hilda Carline Self Portrait 1923
Friday 30 March, 13.30–13.40
Emily Osborn Nameless and Friendless. "The rich man's wealth is his strong city, etc." Proverbs, x, 15 1857