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See landscape painting and great neoclassical works from 1810–1840
A series of regularly changing in-depth displays on specific artists or theme
Explore 1960-1970, a decade of tremendous change in society and art
See some of Turner’s major works that helped change the course of British painting over his fifty-year career
Visit two rooms dedicated to the work of sculptor Henry Moore
Explore the area around Tate Britain, once the site of the infamous Millbank Prison with The Darks audio tour
A meditation on the power and value held by art and what effect an understanding of art’s value can exert ...
Learn how Constable, Turner’s contemporary, was inspired by the landscape of south-east England
Walk through time and explore artworks from 1545 to the present day
Reflect on the diversity of art produced in Britain from 1930-1940
Experience paintings and sculptures from the war period of 1780–1810
Recapture the feel of a Victorian exhibition gallery, with artworks from 1840–1890
Start the journey through 500 years of British art with works from 1540–1650
Share Turner’s fascination with the sea in all its variety, a subject of which he never tired
Explore the work and legacy of William Blake
See a new selection of works by the visionary artist and poet, William Blake
John Constable’s Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows returns to Tate Britain to hang alongside a work by his rival J ...
Markéta Luskačová (born 1944) is best known for her black and white photographs of religious rituals in Slovakia and life ...
See British artworks from 1730–1765, including an iconic self-portrait by Hogarth
Discover artworks from 1760–1780, a period dominated by the work of Sir Joshua Reynolds