Joseph Mallord William Turner

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English landscape painter whose treatment of light and color influenced the French impressionists (1775-1851)


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The Sun Stalker: A Novel Based on the Life of Joseph Mallord William Turner Rudd Finn Press, Inc.
Such notables as John Constable, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Theodore Gericault, and Eugene Delacroix are represented by significant, often canonical canvases.
Joseph Mallord William Turner, who died in 1851, is one of Britain's best-loved artists.
Original Master Paintings by Rembrandt van Rijn and Joseph Mallord William Turner, estimated to be worth $50 million and $10 million respectively, are the focus of a complaint entitled "Ernest J.
Gwendoline sydd wedi rhoi llun The Beacon Light Joseph Mallord William Turner i ni fel cenedl.
Younger visitors will also be able to have a go at creating their own masterpiece in Diana's style, which is inspired by the style of the classical landscape painter Joseph Mallord William Turner.
The oil on canvas by Joseph Mallord William Turner - whose works fetch up to PS30million - has been on display as a "Welsh Landscape" in a Cambridge museum since 1925.
The life of Joseph Mallord William Turner is one of those rags-to-riches stories that had once only seemed possible in a pantomime.
Joseph Mallord William Turner was one of the greatest painters England ever produced.
Joseph Mallord William Turner is regarded by many as the greatest British artist of the 19th century and one of Western painting's monumental figures.
Chief among the artists who pioneered this new way of working were John Constable and Joseph Mallord William Turner and the exhibition, on loan to the Newcastle gallery from the Tate Collection in London, promises a breath of fresh air for art lovers wanting to learn more about the techniques of two of the country's greatest ever landscape painters.
ON THIS DAY 1775: Joseph Mallord William Turner, English landscape painter, was born in London.
Whitehead was the first artist in residence at Tate Britain and his new composition, Colour Beginnings, is inspired by the watercolour work of Joseph Mallord William Turner, the man known as the painter of light.
Fighting Temeraire by Joseph Mallord William Turner, (22cm x 27cm), pounds 5.
The painting, by Joseph Mallord William Turner, was bought by an anonymous bidder at Christies in London yesterday.