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Joseph Mallord William Turner, ‘A Disaster at Sea’ ?c.1835

William Turner - Disaster at Sea Most certainly at Tate britain, I've so many of his painting, I have to say, he deserves a place here.

The Rainbow Joseph Mallord William Turner - circa 1835-1840

dappledwithshadow: “The Rainbow Joseph Mallord William Turner - circa

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A Disaster At Sea by Joseph Mallord William Turner

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Joseph Mallord William (1775-1851) Mount Vesuvius in Eruption, detail, between…

nigra-lux: TURNER, Joseph Mallord William Mount Vesuvius in Eruption, detailbetween 1817 and on paper, x cmYale Center for British ArtEd.

Joseph Mallord William Turner, ‘The Devil's Bridge, St Gothard’ c.1803-4

Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘The Devil’s Bridge, St Gothard’, - Oil paint on canvas - Dimensions Support: 768 x 628 mm - © Private Collection, UK; Photo: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond

It's a William Turner Morning. The Fighting Temeraire tugged to her last berth to be broken up, 1838 Joseph Mallord William Turner. The one and only forever out of reach, any Turner would be welcome on my walls.

The Fighting Temeraire tugged to her Last Berth to be broken up, 1838 Joseph Mallord William Turner Photo credit: The National Gallery, London

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