British Art at Tate Britain
See Tate Britain with an Art Historian
- £60 per person£60 per person
- Tate Britain
£60 per person 2 hours Tate Britain was established in 1897 and is the home of British art from 1500 to the present day. We will be looking at a wide range of paintings, sculpture and photographs by J.E. Millais, D. Hockney, J. M. W. Turner, John Constable and Francis Bacon. We will explore stories of women artists who have resisted traditional expectations of what women can and should do, from Mary Beale, who in the 17th Century was arguably Britain’s first professional female artist, to Barbara Hepworth and Rachel Whiteread in subsequent centuries. I will be happy to give you an insight into Tate's acquisition and exhibition policies, too. Hopefully, this Experience will show you how to interpret and respond to a broad variety of artwork and artists’ philosophies and enrich your appreciation for arts in general. Every Art Walk is unique and is tailored to the interests and needs of its attendees. No prior knowledge of art is needed; all levels and ages are welcome.
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