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25 artworks
Discover the Secrets of the Universe
© the artist. Photo credit: New Hall Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge

Discover the Secrets of the Universe 1991

Suzanne Treister (b.1958)

Oil on canvas

H 122 x W 107 cm

New Hall Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge

HONK
© the artist. Photo credit: National Galleries of Scotland

HONK 1962

Edward Ruscha (b.1937)

Acrylic on paper

H 27.9 x W 35.2 cm

National Galleries of Scotland

Love
© Peter Blake. All rights reserved, DACS 2021. Photo credit: Pallant House Gallery, Chichester

Love 2007

Peter Blake (b.1932)

Enamel, wood, paper & found objects

H 97.8 x W 156.8 x D 10.1 cm

Pallant House Gallery

The Garden of Floating Words
© the artist. Photo credit: Nick Turpin, courtesy of Sculpture in the City

The Garden of Floating Words 2017

Elisa Artesero

Clear acrylic & neon glass

H 200 x W 50 x D 50 cm

Peace
© the artist. Photo credit: Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture

Peace 2017

Margaret Preston (b.1958)

Acrylic, metal, wood, LEDs, spent rifle cartridges & blackboard paint

H 212 x W 49.4 x D 51 cm

Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture

Make Art Not War
© the artists. Photo credit: Tate

Make Art Not War 1997

Bob and Roberta Smith (b.1963)

Paint on plywood board

H 153.7 x W 152.4 cm

Tate

Drift
© By courtesy of the Estate of Ian Hamilton Finlay. Photo credit: Towner

Drift 1968

Ian Hamilton Finlay (1925–2006)

Painted wood

H 33.5 x W 14.1 cm

Towner

It's not what you see. It's how you feel.
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Essex County Council

It's not what you see. It's how you feel. 2010

Helen Morse Palmer (b.1977)

Bullets, paper & wood

H 35 x W 70 x D 5 cm

Essex County Council

Six Landscapes (Blue)
© the artists. Photo credit: NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Six Landscapes (Blue) 2009

Donald Urquhart (b.1959) and Thomas A. Clark (b.1944)

Oil & plastic resin on panel & wall

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Work No. 253: THINGS
© Martin Creed. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2021. Photo credit: Government Art Collection

Work No. 253: THINGS 2000

Martin Creed (b.1968)

Yellow neon

H 14.5 x W 75 cm

Government Art Collection

The Puffer
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Gordon Baird / Art UK

The Puffer 2013

Elspeth Bennie (b.1962)

Forged & fabricated mild steel, galvanised & acid etched

Foundations
© the copyright holders. Photo credit: Dewi Owens / Art UK

Foundations 2012

Fin Macrae and Alister MacInnes

Timber, stainless steel & stone

H 800 x W 300 x D 300 cm

Scallop: A Conversation with the Sea
© the artist / Bridgeman Images. Photo credit: Tony Wooderson / Art UK

Scallop: A Conversation with the Sea 2003

Maggi Hambling (b.1945) and Sam and Dennis Pegg

Heat treated stainless steel

H 425 x W 460 x D 410 cm

Footsteps in the Snow
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Susan Dawson / Art UK

Footsteps in the Snow 2005–2006

Simon Ringe

Weathering steel

Jute Women
© the copyright holder. Photo credit: David Oudney / Art UK

Jute Women 2014

Malcolm Robertson (b.1951) and Powderhall Bronze (founded 1989)

Bronze & weathering steel

All Schools Should Be Art Schools
© Courtesy of the Artist, Lender and YSP. Photo credit: Jonty Wilde. Courtesy of YSP

All Schools Should Be Art Schools 2017

Bob and Roberta Smith (b.1963)

Painted ply board

H 80 x W 40 x D 1.8 cm

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

2017, painted ply board by Bob and Roberta Smith (b.1963)

Untitled
© Jenny Holzer. ARS, NY and DACS, London 2021. Photo credit: Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London

Untitled 1991

Jenny Holzer (b.1950)

Rubber, wood & ink

H 10 x W 15 x D 10 cm

Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre

Whaam!
© the estate of Roy Lichtenstein/DACS 2021. Photo credit: Tate

Whaam! 1963

Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997)

Acrylic & oil on canvas

H 172.7 x W 406.4 cm

Tate

Water Made it Wet
© ARS, NY and DACS, London 2021. Photo credit: Steven Smith / Art UK

Water Made it Wet

Lawrence Weiner (b.1942)

Metal

So Amazing
© Sonia Boyce. All rights reserved, DACS 2021. Photo credit: Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London

So Amazing 2001–2002

Sonia Boyce (b.1962)

Acrylic on paper

H 51.8 x W 51.8 cm

Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre

Lost
© the artist. Photo credit: Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London

Lost 1996

Simon Linke (b.1958)

Oil on canvas

H 126.9 x W 89.6 cm

Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre

A Horse Formed with Arabic Verses
Photo credit: Wellcome Collection

A Horse Formed with Arabic Verses

unknown artist

Gouache on paper

H 14 x W 18 cm

Wellcome Collection

War Memorial
© the artist. Photo credit: Charles Gurrey 2007 and Bletchley Park Trust 2019

War Memorial 2007

Charles Gurrey (b.1953)

Caithness stone

H 260 x W 89 x D 10 cm

Bletchley Park Trust

Jack Bruce Memorial
© the artist. Photo credit: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Jack Bruce Memorial 2017

Hazel Blue (b.1963)

Metal, perspex & wood

H 45 x W 150 x D 1.5 cm

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Hamburger
© The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / DACS, London 2021. Photo credit: National Galleries of Scotland

Hamburger 1985–1986

Andy Warhol (1928–1987)

Acrylic & silkscreen ink on canvas

National Galleries of Scotland