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This curatorial essay by Tim Batchelor explores how British art as displayed at the Tate began with Hogarth. Written to ...
Read how voices from our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Network respond to the artworks in our collection
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Answers to the Turner Quiz
Tate Britain's new JMW Turner exhibition includes his controversial square paintings (some of which are round). Curator David Blayney Brown ...
Explore another side of Turner: the curator who designed his own gallery to display and promote his paintings
Researching Henri Gaudier-Brzeska's 'Wrestlers'
How did the public respond to the Reading Room in the 2008 Turner Prize exhibition? This report suggests ways in ...
This paper reflects upon the implications of J.M.W. Turner’s close and varied attention to the depiction of sea-water. In particular, ...
Take a quick tour through the history of abstract art and take in some unexpected pioneers along the way
The subject of Turner’s mysterious unfinished painting, known today as Death on a Pale Horse, is a problem that has ...
We take a quick skip through colour theory, and how some of modern art's giants have put it into practice
All visitors are welcome to access prints, drawings and watercolours that are not on display elsewhere, at the Prints and ...
The rehang of the collection of British art would not be complete without J.M.W. Turner. Included in the new displays ...
This issue explores the theme of collaboration, focusing on examples of artistic projects that draw attention to the political implications ...
Acknowledgements for the Tate In Focus project.
Tate Britain’s autumn exhibition features some of Turner’s best paintings alongside works by old masters and his contemporaries, but how ...
Turner’s late pictures were dismissed as works of ‘senile decreptitude’ and questioned even by his most devoted disciple, John Ruskin. ...