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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Joseph Mallord William Turner's Wreckers--Coast of Northumberland (1833-34) is a testimony to people's perseverance against the forces of nature.
Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) was a Cockney-speaking Londoner born in Covent Garden (1, 2).
It is described as Joseph Mallord William Turner, RA (London 1775-1851) Conway Castle, North Wales and is signed W Turner in the lower left corner.
Sotheby's is delighted to announce that in its Evening Sale of Old Master and Early British Paintings in London on Wednesday, 7 July 2010, it will present for sale Joseph Mallord William Turner RA's great masterpiece Modern Rome -- Campo Vaccino, with an estimate of Au12-18 million.Aa Painted in 1839, this breathtaking painting shows the artist at the height of his technical powers and is undoubtedly among the most important of Turner's works ever to come to auction.
JOSEPH Mallord William Turner RA remains one of the most acclaimed, sought-after and valuable artists in history.
The Sun Stalker: A Novel Based on the Life of Joseph Mallord William Turner Rudd Finn Press, Inc., February 2003 $29.95, ISBN 0-964-09528-9
Joseph Mallord William Turner, who died in 1851, is one of Britain's best-loved artists.
The plaque at the bottom of the painting, however, informed me that the artist was Joseph Mallord William Turner and his dates were 1775--1851.
Joseph Mallord William Turner was one of the greatest painters England ever produced.
The third generation of painters liberated watercolour from linear drawing, a new freedom visible particularly in the work of Thomas Girtin and Joseph Mallord William Turner (and their younger contemporaries such as Bonington).
MR TURNER ?12?Landscape painter Joseph Mallord William Turner (Timothy Spall) shares his London home with his father William (Paul Jesson) and housekeeper Hannah Danby (Dorothy Atkinson).
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.