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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.

Title: A Disaster at Sea, c.1835  Artist: Joseph Mallord William Turner  Location: Tate Gallery London United Kingdom

A Disaster at Sea, c.1835 by J. M. W. Turner

Joseph Mallord William Turner - A sail boat approaches the Arts.jpg Joseph Mallord William Turner - A River Seen from a Hill.

Sea View by Joseph Mallord William Turner - print

Joseph Mallord William Turner / Sea View / about 1826 / bodycolour on blue paper

Titulo de la imágen Joseph Mallord William Turner  - Rough sea with dolphins

Titulo de la imágen Joseph Mallord William Turner - Rough sea with dolphins

Low Sun and Clouds over a Calm Sea, 1835 - Joseph Mallord William Turner - The Athenaeum

Low Sun and Clouds over a Calm Sea, 1835 - Joseph Mallord William Turner - The Athenaeum

Fishermen at Sea (1796) JMW Turner. Turner has created a very powerful painting of a storm. The contrast between the darkness around the ship and the light from the moon has given it a sense of mystery and also draws the eye towards the boat which is struggling against the wild waves and the serene blues of the waters. This emphasizes natures overwhelming power against mankind. This painting was created with oil paint which has formed a delicate but powerful image.

Title: Fishermen at Sea, 1796 Artist: Joseph Mallord William Turner Location: Tate Gallery London United Kingdom

Joseph Mallord William Turner / Grey Clouds over the Sea / c.1835-40 / Gouache and watercolour on paper

treebystream: “ Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Grey Clouds over the Sea’, (via Pin by Soojung Cho on Drawing

J.M.W. Turner - Ship at Sea. c.1830-41. Chalk and graphite on paper, one of many highly abstract sketches Turner produced towards the end of his career. So far ahead of their time - this one reminds me of the work of Helen Frankenthaler.

Turner - Ship at Sea. Chalk and graphite on paper, one of many highly abstract sketches Turner produced towards the end of his career. So far ahead of their time - this one reminds me of the work of Helen Frankenthaler.

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