TO SEE : Tate Britain - London .   A very beautiful museum along the Thames. Love it.  The admission is free!

TO SEE : Tate Britain - London . A very beautiful museum along the Thames. The admission is free!

The Lady of Shallot  There she weaves by night and day    A magic web with colours gay.    She has heard a whisper say,    A curse is on her if she stay        To look down to Camelot.    She knows not what the curse may be,    And so she weaveth steadily,    And little other care heat she,        The Lady of Shalott.

John William Waterhouse’s “The Lady of Shalott” - 1888

My entire senior English class (high school) thought I looked like The Lady of Shalott in this painting (it was in our textbook). My family and I agreed! - The Lady of Shalott - John William Waterhouse, 1888

Artist  Patrick Caulfield (1936‑2005)  Title  After Lunch  Date 1975  MediumAcrylic paint on canvas  Dimensionssupport: 2489 x 2134 mm  Collection  Tate  Acquisition Purchased 1976

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

Joseph Mallord William Turner  (British, 1775–1851). Tintern Abbey: The Crossing and Chancel, Looking towards the East Window, 1794

Ruin Lust review – transience, doom and lyrical melancholy

Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Tintern Abbey: The Crossing and Chancel, Looking towards the East Window’, 1794 Romanticism

Tate Britain (formerly the Tate Gallery) Millbank, London.

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.

Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose - John Singer Sargetn 1856-1925

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.

David Hockney - Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy 1970. I love the cat in this composition. Admired by Mari in Suffolk. Defines the 60's in Britain. Great fashion!

A Survey of Awkward Couples in Art History

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, performance at the Situation Gallery - resistance against the commodification of art.

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.

Suspended from the ceiling of Tate Britain's Duveen Galleries is Welsh artist Cerith Wyn Evans' latest installation, over a mile of bright neon lighting broken into abstract lines and monumental curves.

Installed in London’s Tate Museum, the sculpture conveys brilliant, sweeping movement while remaining completely stationary.

Joseph Mallord William Turner, ‘Moonlight, a Study at Millbank’ exhibited 1797 Tate Britain

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

Dame Barbara Hepworth  Pelagos 1946.  I love Barbara Hepworth's work.  It has a modern timeless quality and easily  stands the test of time.  After visiting her house in St Ives, her garden gives an insight into the structural form that she so loved and perhaps drew inspiration from.  I think she would have loved how the bamboo in her garden has matured.

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

John Everett Millais’ Ophelia (1851–1852). Painted in the Hogsmill river, Old Malden, near my home.

Amy Manson as Elizabeth Siddal, model for John Everett Millais’ Ophelia Desperate Romantics

Reclining Woman 1951 The Henry Moore Foundation

Henry Moore at Tate Britain

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