A large exhibition on foreign artists in Britain has been inaugurated at the Tate Britain gallery in London.
Monday, July 9 2012
Migrants.- The famous gallery Tate Britain in London has inaugurated an exhibition on the work of foreign artists who chose the United Kingdom to emigrate, temporarily or permanently.
Under the title of “Migrations” the collection brings together the works of artists of the category of Belgium Anton Van Dick, American Benjamin West or Italian Canaletto.
Among the painters are artists who flow to the United Kingdom during World War II escaping from Nazi’s invasions or later on from countries belonging to the Commonwealth.
The exhibition covers the works of these famous migrants during the entire XX Century up to our days and it will remain opened until next 15th of August.