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Spotted these on billboards? Here's where to see the real things

We don't mean to boast, dear readers, but we're very excited that Britain's billboards, buses and black ...

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Answers to our collection colour palette quiz!

So, how did you get on? Tally up your points according to the answers below and find out just how ...

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Pre-Raphaelites opens to the public

Today, Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde finally opens to the public. It has been five years since Tim Barringer, Professor of History ...

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Archives & Access project: collectors, creators and sharers

Albums is a new user-generated content feature on the Tate website. In this blog post we take a first look ...

Tate Etc

Does beauty still matter in art?: Head to Head

JJ Charlesworth finds beauty, along with a sunny view of the future, to be something of the past and Isobel ...
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Art Now: Lisa Brice

20 Mar 2018

26 April - 27 August 2018
Tate Britain
Supported by the Art Now Supporters’ Circle.

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A family affair: Millais

Millais’s early career was closely linked to his friendship with the Lemprière family. The teenage artist’s desire for one of ...

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How it's Made: Millais

In the second of our series on artists' techniques and processes, Susan Breen explains how the paintings conservation team breathed ...

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Forgotten Faces

Forgotten Faces comprises seventeen portraits or figure paintings and three sculptures ranging between 1896 – a year before the foundation of ...

Tate Papers

Sugar, Salt and Curdled Milk: Millais and the Synthetic Subject

This article examines the sexual imagery of particular paintings by the Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millais. It argues that criticism ...

Tate Papers

The Separateness of Things, Victor Burgin

In 1986 Victor Burgin made a series of photographic works based on Edward Hopper's painting Office at Night 1940 ...

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‘Behold the Buffoon’: Dada, Nietzsche’s Ecce Homo and the Sublime

Parodic humour was integral to Dada, and the influence of Nietzsche on dada is well known. However, the connections between ...

Tate Papers

The Materials Used by British Oil Painters in the Nineteenth Century

This paper reviews existing literature on nineteenth-century British artists’ materials. Sources of information, such as colourmen’s archives, artists’ diaries ...