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Turner

著者: Barry Venning; J M W Turner
出版商: London ; New York : Phaidon, 2003.
丛书: Art & ideas.
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"J. M. W. Turner was a painter whose treatment of light put him squarely in the pantheon of the world's preeminent artists, but his character was a tangle of fascinating contradictions. While he could be coarse and rude, manipulative, ill-mannered, and inarticulate, he was also generous, questioning, and humane, and he displayed through his work a hitherto unrecognized optimism about the course of human progress.  再读一些...
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Venning, Barry.
Turner.
London ; New York : Phaidon, 2003
(OCoLC)691129362
提及的人: J M W Turner; J M W Turner; J M W Turner; Joseph Mallord William Turner
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所有的著者/提供者: Barry Venning; J M W Turner
ISBN: 0714839884 9780714839882
OCLC号码: 51870721
描述: 351 p. : ill. (some col.), 1 map ; 22 cm.
内容: Lesser walks of art --
Nationality with all her littleness --
Beaten by frost --
Yellow fever --
First genius of thermodynamics --
Gradute of Oxford --
Last days of Admiral booth --
From Maiden Lane to Fifth Avenue.
丛书名: Art & ideas.
责任: Barry Venning.

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A fresh approach to J.M.W. Turner, the pre-eminent landscape artist of the early 19th century. Barry Venning analyses how the context of Turner's times, combined with his fascination with natural  再读一些...

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