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The 100 best paintings in London: Tate Britain

Leading artists, gallery owners, curators and critics pick the best paintings to be seen in the capital

By Elizabeth Darke
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Tate Modern gets all the attention, but the original Tate Gallery, founded by sugar magnate Sir Henry Tate, has a broader and more inclusive brief. Housed in a stately Portland stone building on the riverside, Tate Britain is second only to the National Gallery when it comes to British art. The historical collection includes work by Hogarth, Gainsborough, Reynolds, Constable and Turner (in the superb Clore Gallery).

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Paintings to see at Tate Britain

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