William Turner

William Turner - Large Format Fine Art Prints and Reproductions

Joseph Mallord William Turner is a british painter, watercolorist and engraver, born 23 April 1775 in London and died December 19, 1851 (at the age of 76) in Chelsea. His work, initially influenced by english romantic style, is marked by a strong innovative research that leads to consider Turner, nicknamed "the painter of light", as a precursor of Impressionism, together with his contemporary John Constable.

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William Turner

Calais Pier

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1803, National Gallery
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William Turner

Conway Castle, North Wales

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On a dramatic, rocky area of the northern coast of Wales looms the late medieval Conway Castle. It towers over a stormy bay while fisherman struggle to pull their boats ashore. Caught in this uproaring of the sea, the tiny figures of fishermen in their boat convey a sense of humans' barely significant place in the order of the universe.The Welsh landscape...
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William Turner

Long Ship's Lighthouse, Land's End

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The Romantic painter and draftsman Joseph Mallord William Turner often revealed nature reigning supreme and obliterating human presence. Waves dash to pieces a barely visible ship in a storm several miles beyond Land's End, the westernmost point of England, guarded by a lighthouse called Long Ship's. Aesthetician John Ruskin wrote of this drawing that...
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William Turner

Modern Rome - Campo Vaccino

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Ten years after his final journey to Rome, Turner envisioned the Eternal City through a veil of memory. Baroque churches and ancient monuments in and around the Roman Forum seem to dissolve in iridescent light shed by a moon rising at left and a sun setting behind the Capitoline Hill at right. Amidst these splendors, the city's inhabitants carry on with...
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William Turner

Rain, Steam and Speed - The Great Western Railway

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The painting depicts an early locomotive of the Great Western Railway crossing the River Thames on Brunel's recently completed Maidenhead Railway Bridge.The painting is also credited for allowing a glimpse of the Romantic strife within Turner and his contemporaries over the issue of the technological advancement during the Industrial Revolution. 1844,...
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William Turner

The Fighting Temeraire tugged to her last Berth...

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The Fighting Temeraire (1839) was one of Turner’s great paintings, featuring a glowing sunset over a ghostly ship that had fought at the Battle of Trafalgar being towed away. 1839, National Gallery.
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William Turner

The Red Rigi

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1842, National Gallery of Victoria
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William Turner

Van Tromp, going about to please his Masters

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In this narrative history painting, Joseph Mallord William Turner expressed the power of nature and the heroism of man through the eyes of a Romantic painter. Turner used quick, slanting brushstrokes to describe the stormy sky. The application of scumbled white paint suggests churning, turbulent seas and the heavy spray of waves hitting the ship's bow....
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William Turner

View of Ehrenbreitstein

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View of Ehrenbreitstein, or The Bright Stone of Honour (Ehrenbreitstein) and the Tomb of Marceau, from Byron's 'Childe Harold' (1835). Private collection.
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William Turner

View of Farnley Hall in Yorkshire

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The house of Turner’s friend, the collector Walter Fawkes, is depicted in the distance of this watercolour. It is a free interpretation of reality, dominated by atmospheric light effects. Turner did not paint watercolours of this kind out of doors, but based them on drawn studies of nature. In his studio, he would first make a schematic colour sketch of...
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William Turner

Watermill near a Flowing Brook

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With his grand visionary landscapes, William Turner would become one of the most important artists of the 19th century. The seed of this development is already contained in this early watercolour. By eliminating clear contours, Turner created a great sense of unity in the scene. He scraped off areas of pigment in places, as a result of which the water of...
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William Turner

Wreckers

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Coast of Northumberland, with a Steam-Boat Assisting a Ship off Shore. c. 1833-1834, Yale Center for British Art.
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