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Joseph Mallord William TURNER (aka J. M. W. Turner)
19th c British Romantic Painting
(London, 23 April 1775 - 19 December 1851, Chelsea (London))
Ink on paper
Institute for Aesthetic Development. Brentwood CA.
J. W. M. Turner England’s most famous landscape painter composed the most abstract paintings and watercolors of the early 19th century. Many of his spontaneous sketches- such as this one- probably from the 1820s were later used to make detailed engravings for a wide public and for smaller public chromo-lithographs such as this. His highly abstract color fields and profound luminosity strongly influenced the French Impressionists. Monet and Pissarro discovered Turner’s work in London in 1870 just as their Impressionist styles were maturing and they acknowledged his influence. This Chromo-Lithograph is an 1840-1850 edition.
TURNER Joseph Mallord William | Lake View. | c. 1820 | British | Romantic c. 1775-1850 | glob0055 | ©CSU East Bay Art Gallery. Phil Ringler Photographer.
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