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Tate Tales

 Let your imagine run wild when you select a painting from the Tate Gallery collection.  Interrupt the painting by making up a story about it.  Let the painting inspire you to new heights of creative writing and then add it
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 Let your imagine run wild when you select a painting from the Tate Gallery collection. Interrupt the painting by making up a story about it. Let the painting inspire you to new heights of creative writing and then add it to the story book for others to read.

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