Using the Tate website
Please note that the intellectual property rights in all content comprising or contained within this website address (URL) is owned by Tate, and other copyright owners as specified.
The contents of this website are published for your enjoyment. You may freely access and store the majority of the websites contents on a temporary basis for the purposes of personal or private viewing, interaction or listening.
Reproducing content from the Tate website
Website content that is Tate copyright may be reproduced for the non-commercial purposes of research, private study, criticism and review, or for limited circulation within an educational establishment (such as a school, college or university).
The following uses of Tate copyright content are also permitted, except where other terms apply:
- Reproducing Tate copyright content, and Tate owned copyright expired artworks, for non-commercial research, private study, criticism and review, or for the purposes of teaching and instruction within an educational establishment. Where any artworks are published, the source of the content must be identified and the copyright status of the content acknowledged, eg: ‘Title, Artist, Date of Work, Photo: © Tate, London 2012’
- Limited quotation of Tate copyright texts or transcripts, for non-commercial research, private study, criticism and review, or use within an educational establishment, with due acknowledgement and citation. Where any text content is published, the author and/or source of the content must be identified and the copyright status of the content acknowledged, eg: © Tate, London 2012
- Reproducing Tate copyright content for the purposes of an educational examination, by a recognised UK exam authority
- Downloading Tate copyright audio and video content for non-commercial offline listening or viewing
- Downloading and printing of Tate copyright Learning content, and whiteboard resources, for non-commercial educational use
- Embedding links to Tate audio and video content, where embedding is offered
- Embedding or loading Tate online news feeds (RSS)
However, the following acts are not permitted in respect of any of the content featured on Tates website:
- Reproduction of website content for commercial purposes, or any rental, leasing or lending of content obtained or derived from the website
- Any use of the Tate logo, brand identities or Tate trademarks without prior consent from Tate
- Any considerable public dissemination, display or hosting of website content via any third party platforms, including without limitation, the substantial or repeated extraction and/or storage of Tate website content in any retrieval system, or inclusion in any other computer program or work
- Reproduction of Tate website content on any social media platforms, except where other terms allow
- Inaccurate or distorted reproductions, colour treatments, alterations or adaptations of website content, except where other terms allow
- Publication of any unauthorised translations or transcriptions of website content, except where other terms allow
- False attribution of authorial or copyright credits, and the removal of any Tate metadata from digital file formats
- Unauthorised text/data mining of website content and metadata
Sourcing images from the Tate website
Tate actively develops agreements with copyright holders and other licensing agents for the artists they represent. Whilst these agreements enable Tate to illustrate artworks, the permissions do not extend to any other party, unless specified.
However, many artworks are readily available as reproductions:
- To view free online at Art & artists
- To purchase as postcards and posters at Tate shop
- To order as framed prints
- To license, purchase and download high-resolution digital files for commercial use at Tate Images
- Commercial enquiries about other Tate content (eg, text, video or design work) should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the further reproduction of artworks, or any other images or content, made available by Tate may constitute an infringement of copyright. It is therefore your responsibility to investigate and obtain permission from copyright holders or their agents before publishing such content.
Tate is committed to respecting the intellectual property rights of others. We have therefore taken reasonable efforts to ensure that the reproduction of all content on the pages of the Tate website and other digital publications (including, but not restricted to, images, text and video) is done with the full consent of copyright owners.
If you are a rights holder and are concerned that you have found material on this website for which you have not granted permission (or is not covered by a copyright exception under the UK Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988) please contact Tate in writing stating the following:
- Your contact details
- The full details of the materials creator
- The exact and full web address (URL) where you found the material
- Proof that you are the rights holder and a statement that, under penalty of perjury, you are the rights holder or are an authorised representative.
The Copyright Office
London SW1P 4RG