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Tate Etc

Wish you were here: Behind the curtain

Susie Gauntlett

On a visit to the Tate Archive, Susie Gauntlett discovers a postcard written by a young Lucian Freud.

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Late at Tate November: Behind the scenes. Sight: Gillian Cutbill

Gillian Cutbill, a Tate guide who presents audio descriptions for blind and partially sighted visitors, is describing Freud's Standing by ...

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Francis Bacon Study for a Portrait

1952

School of London

School of London was a term invented by artist R.B. Kitaj to describe a group of London-based artists who were ...

Tate Britain

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1950

View significant works from 1950–1960, as artists reacted to the post-war period
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Figurative art

Figurative art describes any form of modern art that retains strong references to the real world and particularly to the human figure

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School of London

School of London was a term invented by artist R.B. Kitaj to describe a group of London-based artists who were ...

Making History: Catalogue

Making History Art and documentary in Britain from 1929 to now past exhibition at Tate Liverpool 2006 exhibition catalogue

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Head of Displays Chris Stephens discusses Girl with Kitten

Audio tour stop for Lucian Freud Girl with Kitten in room 1940 in the BP Walk through British Art guide ...

UBS Openings: Photography from the UBS art collection: The UBS Art Collection

UBS Openings: Photography from the UBS art collection: The UBS Art Collection: past Tate Modern exhibition

UBS Openings: Drawings From The UBS Art Collection: Room 1

UBS Openings: Drawings From The UBS Art Collection past exhibition at Tate Modern

Neo-romanticism

Neo-romanticism is a term applied to the imaginative and often quite abstract landscape based painting of Paul Nash, Graham Sutherland ...

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Figurative art

Figurative art describes any form of modern art that retains strong references to the real world and particularly to the ...

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Neo-romanticism

Neo-romanticism is a term applied to the imaginative and often quite abstract landscape based painting of Paul Nash, Graham Sutherland ...

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Five Ways to Paint a Body

Explore different approaches to depicting the human figure through the work of five great British artists

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Michael Andrews Melanie and Me Swimming

1978–9

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1950: Room Introduction

1950: Room Introduction, part of the Tate Britain mobile guide

Who is Frank Auerbach?

Learn more about the life and work of landscape and figurative painter Frank Auerbach ahead of his exhibition at Tate ...

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Relationship Exam Help

Exploring relationships in art, as a connection or association between people, things or ideas

Beaux Arts Quartet

The Beaux Arts Quartet was name given to a group of four young realist painters whose work was exhibited at ...