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    We are grateful to Mark Bills and Gainsborough’s House for their encouragement and support for this In Focus, to Dr John Chu for his development of...

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    Peter Moore

    By the middle of the eighteenth century, Britain’s status as one of the world’s leading global trading nations was firmly established. The Atlantic...

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    John Chu

    As its title suggests, landscape plays an important role in Thomas Gainsborough’s Peter Darnell Muilman, Charles Crokatt and William Keable in a...

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    Hannah French

    The prominent inclusion of a transverse flute in Peter Darnell Muilman, Charles Crokatt and William Keable in a Landscape (Tate T06746; fig.1)...

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    John Chu

    Peter Darnell Muilman, Charles Crokatt and William Keable in a Landscape c.1750 (Tate T06746; fig.1) belongs to an eighteenth-century sub...

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    Rebecca Hellen, Alexandra Gent

    From a technical perspective, Thomas Gainsborough appears to have approached the production of Peter Darnell Muilman, Charles Crokatt and William...

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    Huw T. David

    In Peter Darnell Muilman and Charles Crokatt, Thomas Gainsborough was presented with two young sitters born to commercial wealth at a time when...

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    John Chu

    A small-scale portrait of three young gentlemen relaxing in a country setting, Peter Darnell Muilman, Charles Crokatt and William Keable in a...

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    John Chu

    Offering a multi-disciplinary discussion of Gainsborough’s early triple portrait, this project considers the painting as a depiction of polite and...

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    Mollie R. Berger

    Four concentric circles of different colours are centred on a square canvas, constituting an apparently unequivocal expression of the power of pure...

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    Klaus Rechert (University of Freiburg), Patricia Falcao (Tate) and Tom Ensom (Kings College)Commissioned by Tate

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    It’s the most wonderful time of the year (allegedly). Though amidst all the joy and merry-making, however, there are certain rituals we’ve come to...

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    Lily Bonesso

    Tate's Archives and Access projecthas digitised some fascinating, previously-unpublished archives of key British artists. We have pulled out three...

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    Kirstie Beaven

    From tree decorations to wrapping paper, Christmas wreaths to snowglobes, we bring you six ways to give your Christmas an art-inspired, hand-made...

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    Tate curator Elsa Coustou gives us the low down on Rachel Maclean's world of sugar-coated nightmares, currently showing in Art Now at...

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    Lily Bonesso, Jodie Kharas

    Snow and Christmas go hand in hand. As we wait in anticipation of a picturesque white Christmas, this slideshow celebrates iconic snow-dusted works...

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    A new exhibition at Tate Liverpool presents the first UK survey of Polish neo avant-garde artist Edward Krasiński. Taking a closer look at him and...

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    Phyllida Barlow

    Phyllida Barlow, who represents Great Britain at the 2017 Venice Biennale, remembers her influential teacher, the sculptor George Fullard

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    Discover 26 things you need to know about this period of photography

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    Kasia Redzisz

    'Spears hung from the wires stretched between the trees created an illusion of movement. They were swishing [in the air]. It was all about...

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