Tate releases low-resolution images of some of its art and archive collection under a Creative Commons Licence CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0 (Unported). This licence lets you share images in specific contexts while safeguarding the copyright holder’s rights and Tate’s income.
You can share images only if you:
1) Attribute (BY) the artist/artwork and collection. You must state the following when sharing the image:
a) artist name, title of work, year of creation
b) © (copyright holder’s name), Photo © Tate
c) Mention CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0 (Unported)
d) Provide a link back to the work on the main Tate website
2) Use it in a Non-Commercial (NC) context only. The image cannot be reproduced in any manner that is primarily intended for or directed toward commercial advantage or monetary compensation.
3) Show the image as a Non Derivative Work (ND). This means that the image has not been re-sized, altered, cropped or changed before sharing.
All use of Tate images under Creative Commons is checked by Tate. Please email us about how you plan to use the work at email@example.com. Thank you.
The digital images available under the CC licence are 72dpi, 1500 pixels along the longest edge, roughly 5MB in size, RGB, 8-bit JPG files and suitable for non-commercial online and educational use only. Metadata has been included in all our digital images available under the CC licence.
All Tate’s CC images are labelled as such. Simply right-click on a CC image to download and use it.
Commercial Use and Larger Digital Images
If you wish to use the images in a commercial context (anything that has a monetary value, is promotional or related to a commercial company or charity) or need a larger digital file, please contact Tate Images at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.tate-images.com stating the Main Collection reference number or full Archive TGA of the item you wish to reproduce, and context of reproduction. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com. Thank you.