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RARE VINTAGE

TATE GALLERY SHOP

Red + Green LETTERING

Envelope Paper Bag

Collectable EPHEMERA

 
DETAILS:
 
MEASUREMENTS:
 
WIDTH: 6.75 inches
HEIGHT: 9.25 inches
 
CONDITION:
 
Some Fading & Crumpling evident.
Some Wear & Tear along the edges & corners.
Please see PHOTOS…
 
This COLLECTABLE Envelope Bag
was used to carry TATE GALLERY SHOP Prints
purchased by Customers. 
 
  
 

Available at:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/294020329390

 

 SUPPLEMENTAL READING:

   

Tate is an institution that houses,

in a network of four art galleries,

the¬†United Kingdom‘s national collection of British art,

and international modern and contemporary art.

It is not a government institution,

but its main sponsor is the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.[1][2]

   

The name “Tate” is used also as the operating name

for the corporate body,

which was established by the Museums and Galleries Act 1992

as “The Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery”.

   

The gallery was founded in 1897 as the National Gallery of British Art.

When its role was changed to include

the national collection of modern art

as well as the national collection of British art, in 1932,

it was renamed the Tate Gallery

after sugar magnate Henry Tate of Tate & Lyle,

who had laid the foundations for the collection.

The Tate Gallery was housed in the current building

occupied by Tate Britain,

which is situated in Millbank, London.

   

In 2000, the Tate Gallery transformed itself into the current-day Tate,

which consists of a network of four museums:

Tate Britain, which displays the collection of British art

from 1500 to the present day;

Tate Modern, also in London,

which houses the Tate’s collection of British

and international modern and contemporary art

from 1900 to the present day;

Tate Liverpool (founded in 1988),

which has the same purpose as Tate Modern but on a smaller scale;

and Tate St Ives in Cornwall (founded in 1993),

which displays modern and contemporary art

by artists who have connections with the area.

All four museums share the Tate Collection.

One of the Tate’s most publicised art events

is the awarding of the annual Turner Prize,

which takes place at Tate Britain.

      

 

Source:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tate

 

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