Tate Britain (formerly the Tate Gallery) Millbank, London. Opened in 1897 on site of former Millbank Prison. Designed by Sidney R.J. Smith.

The Tate Britain, the original Tate gallery opened in 1897 at Millbank in London, houses the largest collection of British art anywhere in the world including masterpieces by Constable and Turner as well as contemporary works. Photo: ©London On View.

Tate Britain there is a small place in our heart for its older sister, Tate Britain. The gallery is home to Late At Tate Britain, a late-night series that allows you to drink as you peruse the artwork, but its permanent displays are well worth a visit, too. Before you head into the venue's airy exhibition spaces. So beautiful. Tate Britain, Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG; +44 (0) 207 887 8888.

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The central spiral staircase in the rotunda, Tate Britain - Courtesy Caruso St. John and Tate.

patrick caulfield(1936-2005), after lunch, 1975. acrylic on canvas, 248.9 x 213.4 cm.  tate gallery, london, uk http://www.tate.org.uk/

After Lunch / Patrick Caulfield / 1975 / Acrylic on canvas / at the Tate

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Hand painted reproduction of Carnation Lily Lily Rose painting. This masterpiece was painted originally by John Singer Sargent. Commission your beautiful hand painted reproduction of Carnation Lily Lily Rose Choose from many different sizes.

Moonlight, a Study at Millbank (1797) / by Joseph Mallord William Turner

Joseph Mallord William Turner Moonlight, a Study at Millbank exhibited 1797 Oil on wood support: 314 x 403 mm frame: 507 x 602 x 115 mm Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856

Artworks, films, articles, biographies, glossary terms and more. Explore Tate’s growing collection of British and international art, and our archive of sketchbooks, letters and photographs.

Tate is a family of four art galleries in London, Liverpool and Cornwall known as Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives. Tate art museum houses the UK& collection of British art from 1500 and of international modern art

David Hockney  Now open at Tate Britain: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/david-hockney

Facing the truth about portraiture

David Hockney English, born 1937 American Collectors (Fred and Marcia Weisman), 1968 Acrylic on canvas x cm x 120 in.

Bruce McLean. Pose Work for Plinths 3, 1971. Photographs on board, 750 x 682 mm. Tate Collection © Bruce McLean

Bruce McLean Pose Work for Plinths 3 1971 Originally conceived as a performance at the Situation Gallery in McLean’s poses are an ironic and humorous commentary on what he considered to be the.

Frank Auerbach

Frank Auerbach

Dame Barbara Hepworth ‘Pelagos’, 1946. Elm + strings. © Bowness

Dame Barbara Hepworth Pelagos 1946 Part painted wood and strings object: 430 x 460 x 385 mm, kg Presented by the artist 1964 Bowness, Hepworth Estate

Tate Britain is to stage a major exhibition devoted to the work of the Pre-Raphaelites #art #rossetti #tate

Historic Pre-Raphaelites exhibition to be staged at Tate

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Lady Lilith, oil on canvas, x Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington. Source Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Lady Lilith was commissioned in 1866 by Frederick Leyland.

Tate Cerith Wyn Evans installation - Almost two kilometres of neon lighting shaped into sharp lines and sweeping forms create this installation by Welsh artist Cerith Wyn Evans, which is suspended in the Tate Britain's Duveen Galleries.

Neon scribbles by Cerith Wyn Evans hang in London's Tate Britain

'Forms in Space . by Light (in Time)', Tate Britain, London - Cerith Wyn Evans - 28 March - 20 August 2017 - 124713

Hmmm, not sure about this concept (Jim Lambie's Floor Installations) for my home, but in the right setting it is an amazing idea. Perhaps a good project for the kids? Give them a ton of different colored rolls of duct tape and the basement floor and tell them, "Have at it"!

Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie floor installation with the use of plain old duct tape.

Mariana (1851) - John Everett Millais (Kells Bells comment again: I've seen this. It's incredible. The blue of her dress is basically velvet on the canvas and light shimmers off it in just the right way...)

Tate Britain exhibition to uncover sexy, dangerous side of the Pre-Raphaelites