Artist's description:

Tate Britain is a wonderful gallery with lots of homemade paintings fromTurner to Hockney and Freud. Just beyond the entrance is a circular space stretching up to a domed roof through four floors. This drawing views 'The Drummer' a Dr Who-like giant bronze by Michael Sandle (across the stairwell) and, looking up, the intricate neo classical tower comprising arches and columns reaching to the dome.

Materials used:

Graphite on paper

Tate Britain Atrium (2018)


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This artwork is sold by Patrick O'Callaghan from United Kingdom

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