Tate Britain on Millbrank in London

Necee Regis for the Boston Globe

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The free galleries at the Tate Britain are filled with wondrous things, from the seductive 19th-century landscape paintings by J.M.W. Turner to the eye-popping “Drawing for Free Thinking,” a wall drawing by contemporary artist David Tremlett that wraps around the Manton stairwell.

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