- Light: Works from Tate's Collection - Connected by the fascination with light as both material and subject, more than 70 works feature in this exhibition, including must-see historical paintings by iconic artists like the great Romantic painter J.M.W. Turner, John Constable and Wassily Kandinsky, as well as the atmospheric beauty and transient light effects captured by Impressionist painters Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro and Alfred Sisley.
- A curated range of art postcards featuring selected exhibition artworks.
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Artwork: Sun Setting over a Lake, c.1840, J.M.W Turner. Tate: Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856
Artwork: Branch Hill Pond, Hampstead Heath, with a Boy Sitting on a Bank, c.1825, John Constable. Tate: Bequeathed by Henry Vaughan 1900.
Artwork: Harwich Lighthouse, ?exhibited 1820, John Constable. Tate: Presented by Miss Isabel Constable as the gift of Maria Louisa, Isabel and Lionel Bickness Constable 1888.
Artwork: Landscape (The Windmill), exhibited 1845, John Linnell. Tate: Presented by Robert Vernon 1847.
Artwork: The British Channel Seen from the Dorsetshire Cliffs, 1871, John Brett. Tate: Presented by Mrs Brett 1902.
Artwork: Morning, Cloudy and Misty Weather, 1903, Camille Pissarro. Tate: Presented by Lucien Pissarro, the artist's son 1948.
Artwork: The Seine at Port-Villez, 1894, Claude Monet. Tate: Purchased 1953.
Artwork: Poplars on the Epte (Les Peupliers au bord de L'Epte), 1891, Claude Monet. Tate: Presented by the Art Fund 1926.
Artwork: K VII, 1922, László Moholy-Nagy. Tate: Purchased 1961.
Artwork: Mother and Child, 1903, Sir William Rothenstein. Tate: Purchased 1988.
Artwork: Interior, Sunlight on the Floor, 1906, Vilhelm Hammershoi. Tate: Purchased 1930.
Artwork: Interior, 1899, Vilhelm Hammershoi. Tate: Presented in memory of Leonard Borwick by his friends through the Art Fund 1926.
Artwork: Swinging, 1925, Wassily Kandinsky. Tate: Purchased 1979.
Artwork: The Small Meadow in Spring, 1880, Alfred Sisley. Tate: Presented by a body of subscribers in memory of Roger Fry 1936.
Size (cm): 14.8 x 21 (A5)
Material: FSC certified paper
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