Audiences world-wide can now view Henri Gaudier-Brzeska’s unpublished sketchbooks as the second wave of items for the Archives and Access project is made available on Tate’s website. The project draws on the world’s largest archive of British Art – Tate Archive – and brings it together online with Tate’s art collection, making this one of the richest and most comprehensive digital art and archival resources in Europe. It is generously supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund with a grant of £2 million. The publicly-available items reveal fascinating insights into the lives and work of some of the most important figures in British art. Highlights from the newly published archive collections include: • Henri Gaudier-Brzeska’s sketchbooks, two of which depict his interest in symbolism and the evolution of his Vorticist style. They include sketches for works in the Tate collection such as Fish 1914 and Orna

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