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Joseph Mallord William Turner

1775 - 1851

Fishing Boats Entering Calais Harbor, 1803

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Joseph Mallord William Turner,  (baptised 14 May 1775– 19 December 1851) was an English Romanticist  landscape painter, water-colorist, and printmaker . Turner was considered a controversial figure in his day, but is now regarded as the artist who elevated landscape painting to an eminence rivalling history painting.

Joseph Mallord William Turner,  (baptised 14 May 1775– 19 December 1851) was an English Romanticist  landscape painter, water-colorist, and printmaker . Turner was considered a controversial figure in his day, but is now regarded as the artist who elevated landscape painting to an eminence rivalling history painting.

Self - Portrait

He was one of the leading British artists of his time, who over the six decades of his career changed the public regard for landscape and watercolor painting. Though he received little formal education, Turner was a prodigiously talented child. He eventually enrolled in the Royal Academy of Art Schools and exhibited his first watercolor there at the age of 15. He also studied in the studio of the architectural draftsman and topographer Thomas Malton.

He was one of the leading British artists of his time, who over the six decades of his career changed the public regard for landscape and watercolor painting. Though he received little formal education, Turner was a prodigiously talented child. He eventually enrolled in the Royal Academy of Art Schools and exhibited his first watercolor there at the age of 15. He also studied in the studio of the architectural draftsman and topographer Thomas Malton.

Keelmen Heaving in Coals by Moonlight, 1835

Turner made frequent trips throughout the Continent, especially Germany, Switzerland and Italy , revelling in mountain landscapes, gorgeous cities, and the most extreme aspects of storms, fires and sunsets.

Turner made frequent trips throughout the Continent, especially Germany, Switzerland and Italy , revelling in mountain landscapes, gorgeous cities, and the most extreme aspects of storms, fires and sunsets.

The Fighting Temeraire Tugged to Her Last Berth to Be Broken Up, 1839

Once he even had himself tied to a mast during a storm at sea so that he could experience the full force of wind, waves and clouds swirling about him.

Once he even had himself tied to a mast during a storm at sea so that he could experience the full force of wind, waves and clouds swirling about him.

Unknown Picture

Turner placed human beings in many of his paintings to indicate his affection for humanity on the one hand, but its vulnerability and vulgarity amid the 'sublime' nature of the world on the other.

Turner placed human beings in many of his paintings to indicate his affection for humanity on the one hand, but its vulnerability and vulgarity amid the 'sublime' nature of the world on the other.

Fishermen at Sea, 1796

Turner made beautiful and accurate colour notes on the spot in water-colour, and painted his pictures in the studio, in secrecy, living under an assumed name and accepting no pupils.

Turner made beautiful and accurate colour notes on the spot in water-colour, and painted his pictures in the studio, in secrecy, living under an assumed name and accepting no pupils.

Unknown Picture

Turner often painted historical subjects, involving violence as well as shipwrecks and conflagrations, in which individual figures appear as scarcely more then spots in a seething tide of humanity.

The Burning of the Houses of Parliament, 1835

Many of Turner’s works referenced literature, mythology, and history.

Many of Turner’s works referenced literature, mythology, and history.

The Slave Ship, 1840

The artist liked to accompany the labels to his pictures with quotations from poetry, often his own.

The artist liked to accompany the labels to his pictures with quotations from poetry, often his own.

The Festival Upon the Opening of the Vintage at Macon

Joseph Turner was the first one to abandon pale brown in favour of white, against which his brilliant colour effects could sing with perfect clarity.

Joseph Turner was the first one to abandon pale brown in favour of white, against which his brilliant colour effects could sing with perfect clarity.

Crossing the Brook, 1815

The artist really enjoyed and painted the pure movement of masses of colour – a kind of colour music, strikingly relevant to Abstract Expressionism of the 1950s.

The artist really enjoyed and painted the pure movement of masses of colour – a kind of colour music, strikingly relevant to Abstract Expressionism of the 1950s.

The Morning after the Deluge, 1843

Joseph Turner is commonly known as "the painter of light” and his work is also regarded as a Romantic preface to Impressionism. Some of his works are cited as examples of abstract art prior to its recognition in the early twentieth century.

Joseph Turner is commonly known as "the painter of light” and his work is also regarded as a Romantic preface to Impressionism. Some of his works are cited as examples of abstract art prior to its recognition in the early twentieth century.

Dutch Boats in a Gale, 1801

 Turner quickly became the most brilliant topographical artist of his day, combining minutely observed realism with an incomparable richness of tints and glow of light.

 Turner quickly became the most brilliant topographical artist of his day, combining minutely observed realism with an incomparable richness of tints and glow of light.

Rainbow

Turner late pictures are a sensational conclusion to his investigations about the representation of light and atmospheric effects in painting, which were developed during his time as professor at the Royal Academy, where Turner learned Newton and Goethe's theories about light and colour. 

Turner late pictures are a sensational conclusion to his investigations about the representation of light and atmospheric effects in painting, which were developed during his time as professor at the Royal Academy, where Turner learned Newton and Goethe's theories about light and colour. 

Rain, Steam and Speed, 1844

Turner was an extremely prolific artist who produced over 550 oil paintings, 2,000 watercolours, and 30,000 paper works. The Tate Gallery in London produces the most comprehensive and up to date catalogue of Turner works held in both public and private collections worldwide.

Turner was an extremely prolific artist who produced over 550 oil paintings, 2,000 watercolours, and 30,000 paper works. The Tate Gallery in London produces the most comprehensive and up to date catalogue of Turner works held in both public and private collections worldwide.

Calais Pier

Turner died  on 19 December 1851, and is said to have uttered the last words "The sun is God". At his request he was buried in St Paul’s Cathedral in London ,where he lies next to Sir Joshua Reynolds. His last exhibition at the Royal Academy was in 1850.

Snow storm: Steam-Boat off a Harbour’s Mouth, 1842

Turner died  on 19 December 1851, and is said to have uttered the last words "The sun is God". At his request he was buried in St Paul’s Cathedral in London ,where he lies next to Sir Joshua Reynolds. His last exhibition at the Royal Academy was in 1850.

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