Tate Britain is the earliest of the four Tate museums in the United Kingdom. It is famous for collecting and displaying British paintings since the 15th century and modern art of various countries. The exhibition features more than 70 British landscape paintings since the 18th century, selected from the collections of Tate Britain, including oil paintings and watercolor paintings. They comprise a variety of painting schools from the traditional to the modern, including well-known painters Thomas Gainsborough, Joseph Mallord William Turner, John Constable, Thomas Girtin, Alexander Cozens and John Robert Cozens, John Everett Millais of the Pre-Raphaelite circles, and impressionist, surrealist and modernist pioneer painters. The exhibition will not only illustrate the development and evolution of British landscape painting over the past 300 years, but also provide us an excellent opportunity to understand the history and culture of the West.
International Exhibition Exchange Series of NAMOC:Landscapes of the Mind-Masterpieces From Tate Britain(1700—1980)
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- Venues：Hall 13—17