Tate Britain (formerly the Tate Gallery) Millbank, London. Opened in 1897 on site of former Millbank Prison. Designed by Sidney R.J. Smith.
"After Lunch" Patrick Caulfield. Caulfield's paintings explore alternative ways of picturing the world. After Lunch was one of his earliest works to combine different styles of representation. Caulfield deliberately makes the relationship between these varying representational methods uneasy and ambiguous, so that the picture appears more real than the everyday world around it.
On view at Tate Britain | Cerith Wyn Evans
Tate Britain exhibition to uncover sexy, dangerous side of the Pre-Raphaelites
Mariana (1851) - John Everett Millais (Kells Bells comment again: I've seen this. It's incredible. The blue of her dress is basically velvet on the canvas and light shimmers off it in just the right way...)
Exhibition review: British Folk Art at Tate Britain - Country Life
Ruin Lust review – transience, doom and lyrical melancholy
Joseph Mallord William Turner (British, 1775–1851). Tintern Abbey: The Crossing and Chancel, Looking towards the East Window, 1794
"Chatterton" by Henry Wallis 1856. Thomas Chatterton (1752-70) was an 18th Century poet, a Romantic figure whose melancholy temperament and early suicide captured the imagination of numerous artists and writers.