Art Funded works star in Tate Britain's latest exhibition

  • Published 9 February 2007

Ten paintings in Tate Britain's acclaimed Hogarth exhibition belong to UK museums because of The Art Fund's help.

Hogarth is the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work in recent times, presenting a full range of his work and highlighting his unique contribution to the development of modern British art.

As well as enjoying half-price entry into the exhibition, Art Fund members will be able to see for themselves no fewer than ten masterpieces that their money has helped to buy for public collections across the UK.

The ArtFunded works on display in the exhibition are:

The Graham Children, gifted to the National Gallery through The Art Fund in 1934

The Staymaker, purchased by Tate in 1942

David Garrick as Richard III – purchased by the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool in 1956

Before and After, both bequeathed to the Fitzwilliam Museum through The Art Fund in 1964

William Jones the Mathematician, purchased by the National Portrait Gallery in 1985

Francis Matthew Schutz in his Bed - purchased by Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery in 1990

The Jones Conversation Piece - purchased by the National Museum Cardiff in 1996

Ferdinand Playing Court to Miranda, with Prospero Behind her, Caliban to the Right and Ariel Above – purchased by Nostell Priory, Wakefield in 2002

The March of the Guards to Finchley – purchased by the Foundling Museum in 2002

Hogarth is only one of many exhibitions currently on in UK museums where Art Fund members are entitled to half-price entry. Others include Henry Moore:War and Utility at the Imperial War Museum and Gilbert & George at Tate Modern.
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