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Journey through the career of Roy Lichtenstein at Tate Liverpool from 22 September 2017: https://goo.gl/6vtHcP

Explore works charting the artist's early interest in landscape to his renowned pop paintings. This free ARTIST ROOMS display is a rare opportunity to catch Lichtensteins ...

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WORK OF THE WEEK: We love the views out of the windows in Carel Weight's oil painting inspired by South London. https://goo.gl/FrkJe9

Carel Weight, The Friends 1968, Tate Collection

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ART WORDS: Figurative art describes any form of modern art that retains strong references to the real world and particularly to the human figure. https://goo.gl/4yswAa

Victor Pasmore, Reclining Nude 1942

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TATE TALKS at Tate Modern: An A to Z of Giacometti’s life and work with the exhibition curators and writers on Monday 4 September. https://goo.gl/bCn7ES

From his life in Paris to specific sculptures and works on paper, this discussion showcases the full evolution of Giacometti’s car...

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If you're heading to St Ives this summer, make sure to drop into the magical home and unique garden of artist Barbara Hepworth: https://goo.gl/CdvYvk

Joint tickets are available for Tate St. Ives and Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden from £8.

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Join us for a more in depth look at Queer British Art 1861-1967 at Tate Britain on 8 September, as Dr Eleanor Jones leads a tour of the exhibition, revealing some of the hidden stories, artist approaches and curatorial decisions. https://goo.gl/F4KNpr

Henry Scott Tuke A Bathing Gr...

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Where do you go to relax? Richard Wilson's tranquil painting shows a stretch of the Thames seen from the south bank of the river upstream from Richmond. Wilson's view is selective: he leaves out the busy river traffic and neighbouring houses. https://goo.gl/fmid5y

Richard Wilso...

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Before Rachel Whiteread's exhibition opens at Tate Britain on 12 September, here are five things to know about the artist who changed the way we think about sculpture. https://goo.gl/BFTNUy

Rachel Whiteread Maquette for Judenplatz Holocaust Memorial 1995 © Rachel Whiteread

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Tate Weather says sun all weekend! We hope your weekend looks something like Sargent's painting of San Vigilio, set on Lago di Garda (Lake Garda), the largest lake in Italy. https://goo.gl/vhZyFq

John Singer Sargent, San Vigilio, Lago di Garda c.1913

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Zeid's monumental paintings are produced by tacking canvases across the walls of her studio. "Often, I am aware of what I have painted only when the canvas is at last finished." - Fahrelnissa Zeid.

Exhibition at Tate Modern until 8 October 2017: https://goo.gl/I...

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From 28 September, join artist Clare Twomey as she transforms Tate Exchange at Tate Modern into a working factory. https://goo.gl/JquUDM

'FACTORY: the seen and the unseen' is a 30-metre production line where you can mould and cast jugs, teapots and flowers and explore what it...
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Take a look at Jan Gossaert's "Portrait of a Merchant." This work shows a merchant seated in a cramped yet cozy space, surrounded by the tools of his trade. Scattered over the table are his frequently used items: a talc shaker to dry ink, an ink pot, a pair of scales for testing the weight—and the quality—of coins, and a metal receptacle for sealing wax, quill pens, and paper. Attached to the wall are balls of twine and batches of papers labeled "miscellaneous letters" and "miscellaneous drafts." What more do you notice? Jan Gossaert, "Portrait of a Merchant," c. 1530, oil on panel, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund

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King of England Richard III died #onthisday in 1485 at the Battle of Bosworth in Leicestershire. The divisive king adopted the boar as his symbol in 1472, and court records show that thousands of small boar-shaped badges were produced for his coronation in 1483. Most were made of cheap bronze or pewter, but this one is silver and was once gilded. It was found in Chiddingly in the south of England, and may have belonged to a nobleman who supported the king. http://ow.ly/Rc4b30eAq52