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Thomas Girtin and the Art of Watercolour

From july 4 to september 29 2002
Ancient art
Graphic art
Thomas Girtin (1775-1802) was one of Britain's greatest landscape painters. In a tragically short career, he produced a string of powerful watercolours. His contemporay JMW Turner wrote of Girtin : « If Tom had lived I should have starved ».

Tate Britain

Milbank
SW1P 4RG Londres - Grande-Bretagne

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Hours :
Horaire(s) d'ouverturefrom 10 am to 5:50 pm
December 24th, Christmas Day, Boxing Day

Admission :

Admission fee : 6.50 £
Concessions : 5 £
Thomas Girtin, Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland, c. 1797-9 © Tate (Presented by AE Anderson in memory of his brother Frank through the National Art Collections Fund 1928)
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