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Artwork

Sir John Everett Millais, Bt Ophelia

1851–2

Artwork

Bryan Organ Ophelia

1974

Tate Britain

Course

Ophelia's charms: A workshop with Lauren Baker

21 Sep 2013
Bling Opelia's last moments to create your own unique charms and talismans to take away using a glittering range of ...

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Ophelia audio - Hamlet reading

A reading from Hamlet describing the death of Ophelia

Look Closer

The Story of Ophelia

Explore Millais's iconic painting, Ophelia, looking at the subject, materials, techniques and conservation

Tate Etc

John Everett Millais’s Ophelia: MicroTate 3

Lucinda Hawksley

In an essay originally published in issue 3 of Tate Etc. we take a look at John Everett Millais's Ophelia ...

Artwork

Reg Butler Ophelia

1955

Tate Britain

Exhibition

Art Now: Lisa Brice

26 Apr – 27 Aug 2018
Discover Brice's take on the longstanding art-historical tradition of the female nude

Artwork

Stanley William Hayter Ophelia

1936

Sir John Everett Millais's Ophelia

As part of the Tate Britain campaign 2015 we unlock the story behind Sir John Everett Millais's Ophelia

Tate Britain

Exhibition

Millais

26 Sep 2007 – 13 Jan 2008
John Everett Millais, Tate Britain

Artwork

Ronald Ossory Dunlop Rosalind Iden, as Ophelia

1940

Artwork

Paul Falconer Poole Sketch, (?Ophelia)

date not known

Artwork

John William Waterhouse The Lady of Shalott

1888

Tate Etc

Looking down from above: Private view

Ed Ruscha

The acclaimed Amercian artist reveals a long-held fascination with Ophelia by John Everett Millais (1829–1896), one of Tate’s most admired ...

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Millais teachers' pack

Teachers' pack to accompany the Millais exhibition at Tate Britain, including full colour A4 images, introductory information, discussion points.

Artwork

Daniel Maclise The Play Scene in ‘Hamlet’

exhibited 1842

Realism

In its specific sense realism refers to a mid nineteenth century artistic movement characterised by subjects painted from everyday life ...

Icons of British Satire: Nicholas Garland

Icons of British Satire: Nicholas Garland: past Tate Britain exhibition

Tate Etc

MicroTate 3

Elisabeth Bronfen , Lucinda Hawksley , John Paul Lynch and Callum Innes

Elisabeth Bronfen, Lucinda Hawksley, John Paul Lynch and Callum Innes reflect on a work in the Tate collection