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Highlights of the Tate Britain with focus on English artists

Having opened in 1897, the Tate Britain houses a substantial collection of the art of the United Kingdom since Tudor times, and in particular has large holdings of the works of J. M. W. Turner, who bequeathed all of his personal collection to the nation

Having opened in 1897, the Tate Britain houses a substantial collection of the art of the United Kingdom since Tudor times, and in particular has large holdings of the works of J. M. W. Turner, who bequeathed all of his personal collection to the nation

The Angel Standing in the Sun, 1846, JMW Turner

The Angel Standing in the Sun, 1846, JMW Turner

Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows, 1831, John Constable

Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows, 1831, John Constable

JMW Turner's Self-Portrait will appear on the new 20 pound note beginning in 2020

JMW Turner's Self-Portrait will appear on the new 20 pound note beginning in 2020

Cookmaid with Still Life of Vegetables and Fruit, 1625, Nathaniel Bacon

Cookmaid with Still Life of Vegetables and Fruit, 1625, Nathaniel Bacon

Draped Seated Figure, 1958, Henry Moore

Draped Seated Figure, 1958, Henry Moore

Liverpool Quay by Moonlight, 1887, Grimshaw

Liverpool Quay by Moonlight, 1887, Grimshaw

Portrait of Mrs. Robert Harrison, 1886, John Singer Sargent

Portrait of Mrs. Robert Harrison, 1886, John Singer Sargent

A View of Greenwich from the River, 1752, Canaletto

A View of Greenwich from the River, 1752, Canaletto

Cleombrotus Ordered into Banishment by Leonidas II, King of Sparta, 1768, Benjamin West

Cleombrotus Ordered into Banishment by Leonidas II, King of Sparta, 1768, Benjamin West

Three Ladies Adorning a Term of Hymen, 1773, Joshua Reynolds

Three Ladies Adorning a Term of Hymen, 1773, Joshua Reynolds

Merry-Go-Round, 1916, Gertler

Merry-Go-Round, 1916, Gertler

Ellen Terry as Lady MacBeth, 1889, John Singer Sargent

Ellen Terry as Lady MacBeth, 1889, John Singer Sargent

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