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Tate Etc. at Tate Britain / Artists' Perspectives
On a visit to the Tate Archive, Susie Gauntlett discovers a postcard written by a young Lucian Freud.
School of London was a term invented by artist R.B. Kitaj to describe a group of London-based artists who were ...
Figurative art describes any form of modern art that retains strong references to the real world and particularly to the ...
Neo-romanticism is a term applied to the imaginative and often quite abstract landscape based painting of Paul Nash, Graham Sutherland ...
Explore different approaches to depicting the human figure through the work of five great British artists
Exploring relationships in art, as a connection or association between people, things or ideas
He had six paintings in London’s International Surrealist Exhibition in 1936, but was never formally a surrealist. His work has ...
In his first visit to the Tate archive, the writer Paul Bailey is surprised to find an early painted sketch ...
Discover how Constable ensured the circulation and longevity of his masterpieces and explore his influence on later generations of artists
Find out more about our exhibition at Tate Britain
A spectacular procession of full-length portraits forms the heart of the largest-ever Gainsborough exhibition, opening at Tate Britain next month. ...
Amid the continuing refugee crisis across Europe and rise of right-wing politics, Monica Bohm-Duchen looks back at a time of ...
The Art of the Garden: Jemima Montagu explores the garden symbol all the way back to Eden, through the ‘close-locked’ ...
Patrick Caulfield at Tate Britain III
Explore people drawn, painted or sculpted from life and art that explores abstract ideas about being human
Can a humble bag of chips or slice of pizza become a masterpiece? Explore some tasty art about food
Who is Francis Bacon? Learn more about the life and art of one of the twentieth century's greatest painters.
‘Documentary is intrinsically aesthetic,’ argues Mark Cousins, ‘it is as much about shots and cuts, structure and rhythm as fiction ...
When history collapses Into the present; David Anfam on Dexter Dalwood, Tate Etc. issue 18 Spring 2010