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Turner, 1775-1851.

Author: J M W Turner; Tate Gallery.; Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain)
Publisher: London : Tate Gallery Publications, 1974.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Turner has good claim to be the most perceptive and creative artist that Britain has ever produced. His range of mood and the extent of his development from his early, traditional beginnings to his late masterpieces are perhaps wider than those of any other artist"--Foreword.
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Genre/Form: Catalogs
Named Person: J M W Turner; J M W Turner; J M W Turner
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J M W Turner; Tate Gallery.; Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain)
ISBN: 0900874856 9780900874857 0900874848 9780900874840
OCLC Number: 1268782
Notes: Published for the exhibition of 16 November 1974-2 March 1975, organized jointly by the Tate Gallery and the Royal Academy of Arts.
Distributed in France and Italy by Idea Books, Paris and Milan.
Description: 200 pages : illustrations (some color), portrait ; 30 cm
Contents: J.M.W. Turner : art and content / Martin Butlin --
Turner's drawings and watercolours / Andrew Wilton --
Turner 1775-1851: Beginnings 1789-97 ; Exploration 1797-1801 ; First continental tour 1802 ; Success at the Royal Academy 1801-12 ; The 'Liber Studiorum' ; England 1805-15 ; Synthesis 1814-19 ; First visit to Italy 1819 ; Work and play 1820-36 ; The 'little liber' ; The book illustrations ; Petworth 1828-37 ; The Petworth drawings ; The French rivers 1827-35 ; The rivers of France series ; 'England and Wales' and Scotland 1826-38 ; Rome and after 1828-35 ; Late sea pictures 1830-45 ; Exhibited oil paintings 1830-50 ; Venice 1833-45 ; The late Venetian drawings ; The Alps and central Europe 1833-45 ; The great Swiss watercolours 1840-46 ; Last works 1835-50 ; Retrospect : Norham Castle 1798-1840 --
Life and times / John Gage.

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"Turner has good claim to be the most perceptive and creative artist that Britain has ever produced. His range of mood and the extent of his development from his early, traditional beginnings to his late masterpieces are perhaps wider than those of any other artist"--Foreword.

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