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Tate Flood, Works Being Removed

Photograph showing artworks being removed from the gallery and stacked against the exterior walls of Tate Britain after the flood of 1928.

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Thames flood waters

Photograph of Tate Britain taken from the opposite bank of the swollen River Thames, showing sandbags being piled up on the bank after the flood of 1928.

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Tate Flood, Works Being Removed

Photograph showing artworks being removed and stacked against the exterior walls of Tate Britain after the flood of 1928.

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Staff Working on Removal of Works

Photograph showing Tate staff preparing to enter Tate Britain to remove works following the flood of 1928.

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Tate Flood, Works Being Removed

Photograph showing Tate staff removing a large painting from Tate Britain following the flood of 1928.

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Tate Flood, Works Being Removed

Photograph showing Tate staff removing works from the Gallery following the flood of 1928.

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Draft Notice to Press on Turner Drawings

Press release relating to an exhibition of drawings by the artist J.M.W. Turner which had been submerged in flood water when the Tate was flooded in January 1928. The aim of the exhibition was to reassure the public that damage to the Turner Collection was minimal.

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Report Listing Turner Bequest Works Damaged in the Tate Flood

Report listing works by the artist JMW Turner which were damaged in the Tate Flood of 1928.

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Report by Edwin Fagg on the Turner Portfolios after the 1928 Flood

A report written by Edwin Fagg about the damage to Tate's Turner Collection after the flood in 1928.

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