Tate Britain - London
United Kingdom (London)
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The Tate was founded in 1897. The Tate collections are distributed between four Tate galleries in the United Kingdom; Tate Britain, Tate Modern in London, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives (Cornwall). The Tate organization does not specify in which gallery works of art are displayed. The London collections are split, with British works displayed at Tate Britain (Millbank) and modern foreign works displayed at Tate Modern (Bankside). Works may be on loan to national museums and to foreign museums. This is the situation with many major art museums. For ease of reference all works belonging to the Tate have been entered under London, with a fairly clear distinction between modern works by foreign artists at Bankside and works by British artists at Millbank. Some of the better known modern British works will be displayed at Tate Modern, Bankside or at Liverpool and St Ives.

Tate House
27 Manse Road, London, Greater London N16 7QH, UK
Top artists in the collection:

Joseph Mallord William TurnerEnglish, 1775-1851 (Romantic)582 artworks
William BlakeEnglish, 1757-1827 (Romantic)72 artworks
John ConstableEnglish, 1776-1837 (Romantic)56 artworks
Thomas GainsboroughEnglish, 1727-178849 artworks
Henry Moore OM.English, 1898-198647 artworks
John Singer SargentAmerican, 1856-1925 (Impressionist)38 artworks
Walter Richard SickertGerman, 1860-1942 (Post-Impressionist)37 artworks
Sir Joshua ReynoldsEnglish, 1723-179234 artworks
George Frederic WattsEnglish, 1817-190433 artworks
David CoxEnglish, 1783-185932 artworks
Philip Wilson Steer1860-194231 artworks

Below are listed all exhibitions entered in The Athenaeum. Exhibition records can be added for this museum here.

2012 - Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde43 items