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  • Richard Long, 'Red Slate Circle' 1988

    Richard Long
    Red Slate Circle 1988
    Slate
    displayed: 370 x 4000 x 4000 mm
    Purchased with funds provided by the Estate of Tom Bendhem 2004 Richard Long

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  • George Romney, 'Lady Hamilton as Circe' circa 1782

    George Romney
    Lady Hamilton as Circe circa 1782
    Oil on canvas
    support: 533 x 495 mm
    Bequeathed by Lady Wharton 1945

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  • Alexander Calder, 'Standing Mobile' 1937

    Alexander Calder
    Standing Mobile 1937
    Painted metal, steel and wire
    object: 2280 x 2030 x 2600 mm
    Accepted by HM Government in lieu of tax and allocated to Tate 2002 ARS, NY and DACS, London 2002

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  • Sir John Everett Millais, Bt, 'Ophelia' 1851-2

    Sir John Everett Millais, Bt
    Ophelia 1851-2
    Oil on canvas
    support: 762 x 1118 mm frame: 1105 x 1458 x 145 mm
    Presented by Sir Henry Tate 1894

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  • Pablo Picasso, 'The Three Dancers' 1925

    Pablo Picasso
    The Three Dancers 1925
    Oil on canvas
    support: 2153 x 1422 mm frame: 2232 x 1507 x 107 mm
    Purchased with a special Grant-in-Aid and the Florence Fox Bequest with assistance from the Friends of the Tate Gallery and the Contemporary Art Society 1965
    © Succession Picasso/DACS2002

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  • John Singer Sargent, 'Mrs Carl Meyer and her Children' 1896

    John Singer Sargent
    Mrs Carl Meyer and her Children 1896
    Oil on canvas
    frame: 2340 x 1670 x 130 mm
    Bequeathed by Adle, Lady Meyer 1930, with a life interest for her son and grandson and presented in 2005 in celebration of the lives of Sir Anthony and Lady Barbadee Meyer, accessioned 2009

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  • Phillip Allen, 'Beezerspline (Counter Attack Version)' 2003

    Phillip Allen
    Beezerspline (Counter Attack Version) 2003
    Oil on board
    displayed: 1827 x 2440 x 90 mm
    Purchased with funds provided by the Nicholas Themans Trust 2009 Phillip Allen

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  • Howard Hodgkin, 'Mr and Mrs E.J.P.' 1969-73

    Howard Hodgkin
    Mr and Mrs E.J.P. 1969-73
    Oil on wood
    support: 909 x 1216 mm
    Accepted by HM Government in lieu of tax and allocated to the Tate Gallery 1996 Howard Hodgkin

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  • Sir Joshua Reynolds, 'The Hon. Miss Monckton' 1777-8

    Sir Joshua Reynolds
    The Hon. Miss Monckton 1777-8
    Oil on canvas
    support: 2400 x 1473 mm
    Bequeathed by Sir Edward Stern 1933

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  • manner of Sir Joshua Reynolds, 'A Young Black (?Francis Barber)' date not known

    manner of Sir Joshua Reynolds
    A Young Black (?Francis Barber) date not known
    Oil on canvas
    support: 756 x 879 mm
    Bequeathed by Alan Evans 1974

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  • Marcellus Laroon the Younger, 'A Musical Assembly' c. 1720

    Marcellus Laroon the Younger
    A Musical Assembly c. 1720
    Oil paint on canvas
    support: 1016 x 1270 mm
    Accepted by HM Government in lieu of inheritance tax and allocated to Tate 2011

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