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Copyright at Tate

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Any queries in this respect should be addressed to:

The Copyright Officer
Tate Britain
London SW1P 4RG

The contents of this website can be viewed for your enjoyment and so you may freely access and download the contents on a temporary basis for the sole purposes of viewing, interacting or listening to them.

However, the following acts are prohibited in respect of any of the content featured on this website:

Reproducing content from Tate website

Please note that copyright in all content comprising or contained within this website remains with Tate and other copyright owners as specified. In terms of artistic works, if the artist is alive, or has been dead for less than 70 years, there will be a separate copyright in the work itself that is additional to the copyright in the photographic reproduction.

If you wish to reproduce any images of works featured in this website, you should first visit the Tate Picture Library e-commerce website where you can search, license, purchase and download, high-resolution digital files for reproduction purposes. Alternatively, contact tate.images@tate.org.uk for a high resolution digital file and to be granted the appropriate reproduction rights. Where necessary, you will be required to clear the copyright in the art work with the appropriate rights holder. The duration of copyright in other types of content featured on this website may vary and if you wish to reproduce any of it (such as text, audio-visual, graphics, etc), please contact Tate at content.licenses@tate.org.uk who will be able to advise accordingly.

It is your responsibility to obtain permission from copyright holders or their agents before a reproduction of works or any other content is made, or this will constitute an infringement of copyright.

Reproducing images on the Tate website

Tate is actively working to develop new agreements with copyright holders to ensure that as many works as possible are reproduced in our Collection pages.

We are pleased to announce that due to recent copyright agreements with DACS (Design and Artists Copyright Society) and The Bridgeman Art Library a substantial number of works by these artists now appear on our web pages.

Tate is committed to reproduce as many of the works in its Collection as possible and so is continuing to work with other rights holders towards agreements for the artists that they represent.

Permission to reproduce any of the images by artists represented by DACS, The Bridgeman Art Library and other rights holders must be obtained from them before any copies are made. DACS is also able to provide contacts for rights clearance in territories other than the UK.

For more information about artists represented by DACS and the Bridgeman Art Library please contact:

33 Great Sutton Street
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7336 8811
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7336 8822

The Bridgeman Art Library
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Tel: +44 (0) 20 7727 4065
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7792 8509

Photography and video

Photography in the main galleries is allowed for personal, non-commercial purposes only. The use of flash and tripods is prohibited. Unless permission has been granted by Tate, images cannot be reproduced in any format or media other than for private viewing

Photography in the paying exhibitions is not permitted at any time.

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