- Sir Henry,1819–99, English merchant and philanthropist: founder of an art gallery (Tate Gallery) in London, England.
- (John Or·ley) Allen [awr-lee] /ˈɔr li/, 1899–1979, U.S. poet, critic, and editor.
- James,born 1943, U.S. poet.
- Na·hum [ney-uh m, -huh m] /ˈneɪ əm, -həm/, 1652–1715, English poet and playwright, born in Ireland: poet laureate 1692–1715.
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Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs is on display at Tate Modern in London through September 7.Matisse: Innovator Until the End
April 16, 2014
It is exhibited at the Tate along with the mass of preparatory material he used to create it.All Hail Richard Hamilton, the Father of British Pop Art
February 22, 2014
Gary Hume and Patrick Caulfield, Tate Britain, June 5–September 1.Best of Art for June
June 6, 2013
This spring, his oeuvre was the subject of a retrospective at the Tate.Revenge of the Nerds!
May 30, 2013
In fact, Tate wore the same t-shirt as the one Megan is wearing in a 1967 Esquire magazine shoot.‘Mad Men’: The Bizarre Megan Draper as Sharon Tate Conspiracy Theory
May 29, 2013
"No, sir," said Tate, almost overpowered at the irreverence of his questioner.The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. II (of II)
Charles James Lever
Through Mr. Washington's intercession for him Tate got his diploma.Booker T. Washington
Emmett J. Scott and Lyman Beecher Stowe
"Come in, Quillan," Commissioner Tate said from within the office.
Commissioner Tate tugged gently at his left ear p. 195 lobe.
Commissioner Tate told me people like you don't work much with individuals.
- (John Orley) Allen. 1899–1979, US poet and critic
- Sir Henry. 1819–99, British sugar refiner and philanthropist; founder of the Tate Gallery
- Nahum (ˈneɪʊm). 1652–1715, British poet, dramatist, and hymn-writer, born in Ireland: poet laureate (1692–1715). He is best known for writing a version of King Lear with a happy ending