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Artists in the Tate Britain and Modern | Art Calendars

Posted by Catherine Taylor

The Tate Britain has been an unmissable display of British art since its inception in 1897. When Henry Tate tried to release his collection of masterpieces of art into the world to be enjoyed by all, the National Gallery didn’t have the space for it, and so he built his own gallery in which to showcase all of the artworks he had collected. Since then, four Tate galleries have opened (Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives), between them holding an outstandingly impressive collection of British and international art. 

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Topics: Tate, J. M. W. Turner, William Blake, art calendars, Kasimir Malevich

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