Crossword clues for tate
- London art center, ___ Modern
- Little Man ____
- Gallery near the Thames
- Gallery in England
- Foster film "Little Man ___"
- Destination for Turner fans
- British gallery
- British art institution
- Atterbury Street gallery
- Actor Donovan
- "Little Man ___" (Foster flick)
- "Little Man ___" (1991 Foster movie)
- "Bewitched" boss
- ''Little Man ___'' (Jodie Foster movie)
- ''Little Man ___'' (Jodie Foster film)
- ___ Modern (London art gallery)
- ___ Modern (British museum)
- Wisp of hair, in Scotland
- Where to view Millais's "Ophelia"
- Where in London to see Sargents and Constables
- Where Gainsboroughs hang
- Westminster haunts for art lovers
- UK art institution
- Turner Prize-awarding gallery
- The sheriff in “To Kill a Mockingbird”
- Sugar magnate who endowed a gallery
- Sugar baron/art collector/philanthropist
- Sharon of 1960s Hollywood
- Renowned gallery
- Pop __, Chok'lit Shoppe owner in "Archie" comics
- Philadelphia's ex-mayor
- One place to see Warhol in London
- Noted British gallery
- Network of four British galleries
- National Gallery of British Art, now
- N.L. pitcher Randy
- Museum with a large Turner collection
- Museum that awards the Turner Prize
- Museum on the Thames
- Modern museum in London
- London's national art gallery
- London's _____ Gallery
- London's ___ Modern (art gallery)
- London's ___ Modern
- London's __ Britain art gallery
- London showplace
- London home of Constables and Sargents, with "the"
- London home of Constables and Sargents
- London gallery founder
- London destination for Turner fans
- London art setting
- London art name
- London art institution
- London art complex
- It began as the National Gallery of British Art
- Home to Rodin's "The Kiss," with "the"
- Home to many Turners
- Home to many Gainsboroughs
- Home of Dalí's "Metamorphosis of Narcissus"
- Home of Constable's "The Gleaners, Brighton"
- Home for a Hogarth or a Constable, with "the"
- Henry who established an art gallery
- Henry who established a British art gallery
- Heck ___, the sheriff in "To Kill a Mockingbird"
- Hawkeyes quarterback Drew
- Gallery with a Liverpool branch
- Gallery that awards the Turner Prize
- Gallery overlooking the Thames
- Gallery on Atterbury Street
- Gallery founded in 1897
- Famed London art institution
- English poet laureate Nahum
- England's national gallery
- Comedienne Catherine, of "The Office"
- Comedian Catherine
- British philanthropist Henry
- British modern art museum
- British art patron
- British art house
- Big name in British museums
- Big name in British art
- Awarder of the Turner Prize for visual art
- Art museum with many Constables and Sargents
- Art museum in Westminster
- Any of four U.K. galleries
- Any of four English galleries
- Any of four English art galleries
- Any of four British galleries
- Any of four British art galleries
- Allen ___, onetime U.S. poet laureate
- Actor Larenz ___ of "Girls Trip"
- "The Office" star Catherine
- "Rescue Me" actor Larenz or "Bewitched" character Larry
- "Panacea: A Poem Upon Tea" poet
- "Ode to the Confederate Dead" poet
- "Modern" museum in London
- "Manchester by the Sea" actor ___ Donovan
- "Little Man ---" (Jodie Foster film)
- "Little Man __": 1991 Foster film
- "Little Man ___" (Jodie Foster movie)
- "Little Man ___" (1991 Jodie Foster movie)
- "Little Man ___" (1991 film)
- "Little Man ___"
- "Little Man ________," Jodie Foster film
- "Little Man ________," Foster film
- "Damages" actor Donovan
- ___ Liverpool (English gallery)
- ___ Britain (London museum)
- ___ Britain (art gallery)
- __ St Ives: Cornwall museum
- __ Liverpool art museum
- __ Gallery
- __ Britain (London art museum)
- London art gallery
- Site of some Millais works, with "the"
- Poet laureate of 1692
- "Soap" family name
- London gallery name
- Where to see Turners and Sargents
- London's ___ Gallery
- English poet laureate Nahum ___
- Art philanthropist Sir Henry
- Site of some Sargent paintings
- Turner Wing gallery
- 1991 film "Little Man ___"
- "The Fathers" novelist
- Site of some Sargents
- Poet laureate of 1700
- British poet laureate Nahum
- Renowned London gallery
- Where some Picassos hang
- "King Lear" bowdlerizer
- Noted gallery
- Site of many a Sargent
- "Valley of the Dolls" actress
- Actress Sharon
- London museum that gives out the annual Turner Prize
- Larry or Louise on "Bewitched"
- English poet laureate of 1692-1715
- Gallery showing works by Turner, Reynolds and Constable
- New Criticism poet Allen ___
- Title boy genius of a 1991 film
- Where to see a Constable or Turner, with "the"
- English poet laureate, 1692-1715
- Where many Sargents hang, with "the"
- "Ode to the Confederate Dead" poet Allen ___
- Sir Henry for whom a gallery is named
- Poet who wrote the novel "The Fathers"
- Home to some Sargents, with "the"
- British art museum
- Gallery on the Thames
- 1992 Pulitzer poet James
- Thames gallery (h)
- ___ Modern (London gallery)
- London tourist stop
- ___ Gallery
- Site of many London hangings?
- Home to many John Constable works, with "the"
- Turner Prize institution
- Sharon of "Valley of the Dolls"
- ___ Modern (London museum)
- Jazz saxophonist Buddy
- London tourist destination, with "the"
- Museum near Westminster Abbey
- Cel material
- Poet Nahum ___
- Poet laureate: 1692–1715
- Surname in "A Rage to Live"
- Poet-playwright Nahum ___
- Pulitzer poet James ___
- Jodie Foster's "Little Man ___"
- English art patron: 1819-99
- "Soap" name
- Poet Allen
- London art museum
- Chester or Jessica of "Soap"
- Poet laureate Nahum
- British or U.S. poet
- Conductor Jeffrey ___
- Allen or Nahum of poetic fame
- London art angel
- Bollingen Prize winner: 1957
- U.S. critic-poet: 1899-1979
- Where to see Watts works
- Art gallery
- Famed gallery
- Gallery featuring scores of Turners
- Gallery featuring Turner PAintings
- U.S. or English poet
- Poet laureate after Shadwell
- Gallery in London
- Family name in "A Rage to Live"
- Grace ___, in "A Rage to Live"
- English poet laureate, 1692–1715
- One of four art galleries in England
- Where hangings still take place in London
- Sugar merchant and art gallery philanthropist, founder, d. 1899
- Shabby articles by English gallery
- Art gallery founder
- Rubbish English gallery
- British art institution, say, a non-starter
- Irish poet contributing to event at Easter
- Art gallery benefactor
- Tense worried comedian
- London landmark
- Westminster gallery
- Museum that's called a gallery
- England's national art gallery
- British art gallery name
- British museum
- "Little Man ___" (Jodie Foster film)
- British art gallery
- Westminster art gallery
- Poet Nahum
- London's __ Modern
- Gallery of London
- English gallery
- Where to see Warhol in London
- Where some Sargents are seen
- Thames museum
- St Ives gallery
- Sir Henry's gallery
- Name of several British galleries
- Museum named for a sugar magnate
- London's __ Modern gallery
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Tate is an institution that houses the United Kingdom's national collection of British art, and international modern and contemporary art. It is a network of four art museums: Tate Britain, London (until 2000 known as the Tate Gallery, founded 1897), Tate Liverpool (founded 1988), Tate St Ives, Cornwall (founded 1993) and Tate Modern, London (founded 2000), with a complementary website, Tate Online (created 1998). Tate is not a government institution, but its main sponsor is the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Tate is used 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, or the Tate Modern, which consists of a federation of four museums: Tate Britain, which displays the collection of British art from 1500 to the present day; Tate Modern, which is also in London, houses the Tate's collection of British and international modern and contemporary art from 1900 to the present day. Tate Liverpool has the same purpose as Tate Modern but on a smaller scale, and Tate St Ives 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.
Tate is a group of public art galleries in the United Kingdom.
Tate may additionally refer to:
Tȟaté is a wind god or Spirit in Lakota mythology. There are four primary wind spirits, referenced in relation to the four directions. It is thought that the wind unites "all" in one spirit, and that eagles, who stand on the wind, are the carrier of vision. Tate is said to guide one through obstacles.
As the invisible realm, wind connects past present and future, connecting ancestors and future generations, uniting humankind into the essential, eternal spirit.
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Tate is an American Western television series starring David McLean that aired on NBC from June 8 until September 14, 1960. It was created by Harry Julian Fink, who wrote most of the scripts, and produced by Perry Como's Roncom Video Films, Inc., as a summer replacement for The Perry Como Show. Richard Whorf guest starred once on the series and directed the majority of the episodes. Ida Lupino directed one segment.
Tate is an English surname, and may refer to
- A. Austin Tate, American football player and coach
- Allen Tate, American poet
- Brent Tate, Australian rugby league player
- Carla Tate, the female lead character from the movie The Other Sister
- Cassandra Tate, American sprinter
- Catherine Tate, British comedian and actress
- Cebe Tate, American farmer
- Chris Tate, fictional character from Emmerdale
- Cullen Tate, American director
- Darren Tate, a British musician
- Darwin William Tate, American politician
- Dillon Tate, baseball player
- Doris Tate, American campaigner, mother of Sharon Tate
- Drew Tate, American football player
- Emory Tate, American chess master
- Erin Tate, drummer
- Ernie Tate, Canadian communist
- Frank Tate (disambiguation)
- Fred Tate, English cricketer
- Geoff Tate, American singer
- George Henry Hamilton Tate, American zoologist
- Golden Tate, American football player
- Grady Tate, American jazz drummer
- Henry Tate, English sugar manufacturer, founder of Tate & Lyle, sponsor of the Tate art galleries
- Heck Tate, fictional character from To Kill a Mockingbird
- Howard Tate, American singer
- Hughie Tate, American baseball player
- J. Henry Tate, American politician
James Tate (disambiguation), one of several people including
- James Hugh Joseph Tate (1910-1983), American politician
- James Tate (writer) (1943-2015), American poet
- Jeffrey Tate, English conductor
- Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate (Chickasaw), American composer
- Joan Tate, translator
- Joe Tate, English footballer
John Tate (disambiguation), one of several people including
- John Tate (boxer), American boxer
- John Torrence Tate, American mathematician
- Keith Tate, English boxer and trainer
- Larenz Tate, American actor
- Lionel Tate, American convicted murderer
- Maurice Tate, English cricketer
- Max Tate, fictional character from Beyblade
- Miesha Tate, American mixed martial artist
- Nahum Tate, Irish poet
- Nat Tate, fictional artist created by William Boyd
- Nick Tate, Australian actor
- Nikki Tate, Canadian author
- Norman Tate, American long and triple jumper
- Patti Tate, American campaigner, sister of Sharon Tate
- Pop Tate, fictional character from Archie Comics
- Ralph Tate, British botanist
- Reginald Tate, British actor
- Sharon Tate, American actress, murdered in 1969
- Tanya Tate, a pornographic actress from Liverpool
- Terry Tate, office linebacker
- William Tate (disambiguation)
- Zoe Tate, fictional character from Emmerdale
- Sky Tate, fictional character.
- Yuuichi Tate, Fictional character.
Usage examples of "tate".
Violet and Tate ran with him, ran directly away from the Blimp, hoping to spread out enough to allow each to be picked up.
Tate drawled sarcastically, hating the very idea of it and trying not to let it show.
Tate co-founded the Los Angeles chapter of Parents of Murdered Children, a group providing mental, emotional, and other support to its members.
At midnight, Brother Odum Tate, itinerant nondenominational evangelist, kneels in the dry sedge just east of the highway.
When Odum Tate came to town, he found first a job, then a place to live.
Brother Odum Tate paid twenty-four dollars a week for his room and board.
On Monday a judge who owed Sheriff Quarles a favor or two declared that Odum Tate had died intesTate and indigent.
Whenever it got bad, one of them would call, as he had earlier that night, just to reaffirm the ancient pledge of love she, Alan, and the lost Odum Tate had exchanged in the Gaither Elementary School all those years ago.
Atkins confessed to Howard that she stabbed Sharon Tate and Voytek Frykowski.
Ronnie Howard is true, Atkins personally stabbed to death Sharon Tate, Gary Hinman, and who knows how many others!
After identifying photos of the other Tate victims, Winifred Chapman testified that she had washed the front door of the Tate residence shortly before noon on Friday, August 8.
Los Angeles Coroner Thomas Noguchi testified to the autopsy findings on the five Tate victims.
For example, Linda had testified that on the night of the Tate murders her mind was clear.
We always had a Christmas party at the school on the Wapiti reservation every year, and Tate would help pass out presents.
If it formed an image in my mind it was a vaguely pre-Raphaelite one, like the Burne-jones I had seen with Wiggy at the Tate.