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Tate Britain, London

The Tate Britain is an art museum in London, the world's largest collection of British art from 1500 to the present. It was founded by industrialist Sir Henry Tate. Now part of the Tate Museum Group. The gallery opened on July 21, 1897 and was supervised by the Board of Trustees of the National Gallery. The collection was based on Tate's personal collection. 

Source: tate.org.uk

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Milbank, London, United Kingdom
Exhibitions
Museum's collection
Giorgio de Chirico. Doubt of the poet
7
Giorgio de Chirico
1913, 106×94 cm
John Everett Millais. Ophelia
69
John Everett Millais
1852, 76.2×111.8 cm
Andre Derain. A Portrait Of Matisse
19
Andre Derain
1905, 46.5×34 cm
John Everett Millais. Christ in his parents' house
4
John Everett Millais
1850, 86.4×139.7 cm
John Singer Sargent. Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose
128
John Singer Sargent
1886, 153.8×174 cm
Ричард Дадд. Master swing of a fabulous woodcutter
11
Ричард Дадд
1864, 54×39.4 cm
David Hockney. My parents
39
David Hockney
1977, 183×183 cm
William Blake. Newton
19
William Blake
1805, 46×60 cm
Lucien Freud. Naked Portrait
2
Lucien Freud
1972, 61×61 cm
David Hockney. Big splash
27
David Hockney
1967, 242.5×243.9 cm
John Everett Millais. The order of release
6
John Everett Millais
1853, 102.9×73.7 cm
John William Waterhouse. Lady of Shallot
54
John William Waterhouse
1888, 153×200 cm
William Blake. Good and evil angel
2
William Blake
1805, 44.5×59.4 cm
William Blake. Nebuchadnezzar
13
William Blake
1805, 54.3×72.5 cm
John Constable. The opening of Waterloo bridge on 18 June 1817
6
John Constable
1832, 130.8×218 cm
Joseph Mallord William Turner. Snow storm. Hannibal with his army crossing the Alps
22
Joseph Mallord William Turner
1812, 146×237.5 cm
William Blake. Night of Enitarmon Joy (Hecate)
8
William Blake
1795, 43.9×58.1 cm
Francis Bacon. Three studies for figures at the base of the crucifixion
17
Francis Bacon
1944, 94×222 cm
John Everett Millais. Mariana
19
John Everett Millais
1851, 59.7×49.5 cm
Henri Matisse. Blue Nude
29
Henri Matisse
1952, 115.5×76.3 cm
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