With added canoers.
This sculpture is on Millbank, just a hundred or so yards up from the Tate. It's from 1975 and was based on the leaping form of ballet dancer David Wall.
And here's the reverse angle.
The classic edifice of Tate Britain juxtaposed with nearby Millbank Tower.
Jacob Epstein's fascinating sculpture, which looks to me like it could have influenced the droid designs from The Phantom Menace.
As sculpted by Sir Jacob Epstein.
This time juxtaposed with a colourful canvas on the wall behind.
by Jean Spencer.
by Peter Lowe.
A man intently studying Francis Bacon's 'Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion'. Careful though as one of those weird mouths might extend out and bite you!
... of greatness by JMW Turner.
She was running around trying to take pictures of every single painting and sculpture there. For some reason.
The classic British red phonebox, next to the Tate