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Alexander Cozens - A Ruined Building

Watercolour and graphite on paper, (1700s). Courtesy Tate collection.

Richard Wilson - Lake, Ruin and Pine Trees

Oil on canvas, c.1765 70. Courtesy Tate collection.

Richard Wilson - Hadrian's Villa

Oil on canvas, c.1765. Courtesy Tate collection.

Tate Collection

Artworks loaned from the Tate collection for Living Ruins

Richard Wilson - Hadrian's Villa

Oil paint on canvas, c.1765.

Courtesy Tate: Presented by Robert Vernon, 1847.

 

Richard Wilson - Lake, Ruin and Pine Trees

Oil paint on canvas, c.1765‑70

Courtesy Tate: Bequeathed by Lady Sassoon, 1956.

    

John Piper - The Forum

Oil paint on canvas, 1961

Courtesy Tate: Purchased 1962.

 

Alexander Cozens - A Ruined Building

Watercolour and graphite on paper, 1700s

Courtesy Tate: Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996.

Tate

Tate holds the national collection of British art from 1500 to the present day and international modern and contemporary art.

British art is represented by artists chosen for their contribution to its history and development, rather than their nationality alone. The collection continues to expand its holdings of modern and contemporary art from around the world.

The loan of works from Tate for the Living Ruins exhibition has been made possible through the Ferryman Project: Sharing Works of Art which is supported by National Lottery Players through The National Lottery Heritage Fund, the John Ellerman Foundation and the Art Fund.

 

Four logos for Tate, Heritage Lottery Fund, John Ellerman Foundation and Art Fund