Neoclassicism

George Romney

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George Romney (1734-1802) was a key figure in British art in the late eighteenth century. A contemporary of Sir Joshua Reynolds and Thomas Gainsborough, he was a fashionable, prolific and at times dazzling portrait painter.

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Turner at Tate

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The artist J.M.W. Turner is widely recognised as England’s greatest painter. Tate has the world’s finest and most extensive collection of his work.

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Edgar Degas

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Edgar Degas was one of the greatest French painters of the late nineteenth century whose work explores his preoccupation with themes of tension, isolation and vulnerability.

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William Hogarth

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Satirical, critical, talented – William Hogarth was one of the most original British artists of the 18th century becoming the forerunner of modern caricature. Andrew Graham-Dixon explores Hogarth’s life and work and the city that made him, London.

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Georges Seurat

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Georges Seurat was the founder of Post-Impressionism and developed the technique of “pintillism” using dots of colour to create whole-colour surfaces.

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Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake

Matthew Bourne’s updates his sensational take on Swan Lake for the 21st century.

Matthew Bourne’s The Car Man

Bizet’s Carmen is transported to 1960s greasy garage-diner where sparks fly.