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28) It recommended that the Tate Gallery return the sketch to the claimants.
It was bought by London art dealer Guy Morrison at the time for a mystery art collector but the Tate Gallery failed to bid for it.
In celebration: The Art of the Country House at the Tate Gallery, Millbank, London SWIP 4RG (0171-887 8000) www.
Royal Court Theatre has received 21 million[pounds], and 50 million [pounds] has gone to the Tate Gallery.
Liverpool Empire, tonight and tomorrow EXHIBITION Constellations A free exhibition at the Tate Gallery feauring almost 200 artworks from names including Grayson Perry and Sir Peter Blake, the man behind the Beatles' Sergeant Pepper album cover and the design of the Mersey's new Dazzle Ship, with his tribute to The Masked Zebra Kid wrestler.
Not only is the country's most prestigious modern art prize leaving London for only the second time, it is being exhibited outside of a Tate gallery for the first time in its illustrious history.
Perhaps we north Walians should look upon all this junk as a form of art and sell it to the Tate Gallery in Liverpool.
One of the art world's most controversial sculptures goes on display in Huddersfield Art Gallery this September, on loan from the Tate Gallery and the centrepiece of an eight-week exhibition called Fields of Contention.
1988: The Tate Gallery opened a new wing at the Albert Dock in Liverpool.
1897: The Tate Gallery in London was officially opened, built on the site of the former Millbank Prison.
ARTIST David Hockney has donated the largest painting ever given to the Tate gallery in London.