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Discover artworks from 1760–1780, a period dominated by the work of Sir Joshua Reynolds
See artworks from 1940-1950, which mainly respond to World War II
See Martin Boyce's word installation, outside Tate Britain
Joshua Reynolds (1723–1792) was the leading British portrait painter of the late eighteenth century, dominating the art world at the ...
Zarina Bhimji is an artist who works across a broad range of practices, engaging with cultural and social politics, light ...
This display explores Turner’s depictions of cathedrals, including a range of work, from precise drawings of architectural details to loosely ...
See the world’s largest collection of Turner’s work in changing displays in the Clore Gallery
Against the odds, working-class Cornish painter John Opie (1761–1807) became one of the most celebrated artists in late eighteenth-century London
Uncover 1910-1930, one of the most contested periods in art
View significant works from 1950–1960, as artists reacted to the post-war period
See Turner respond to the varied scenery and subjects he recorded during his travels through Britain
Explore highlights from Tate Archive of items relating to British artists, with a special focus on Francis Bacon and friends
Follow Turner’s artistic experimentation through unexhibited and unfinished works whose innovation often puzzled his contemporaries
Explore a time of enormous change in the United Kingdom, from 1650–1730
Observe how Turner took advantage of the conveniences of modern travel to explore new climates and colours
View artworks created from 1890–1900, the decade Tate was founded
60 Years continues the Walk through British Art with work by women artists from 1960s to the present day
Isaac Julien’s film Looking for Langston breaks down traditional divisions between different art forms
Explore the history of modern art in St Ives