J.M.W. Turner, The Slave Ship, 1840 i. Inspired by an actual incident during which slaves were cast overboard during a typhoon ii. Exhibited at an international anti-slavery conference whose goal was to end slavery around the world iii. Turner wrote a poem describing the scene (romanticism)

TURNER ~ Joseph Mallord William Turner * * English * Romanticist landscape painter * The Slave Ship ~ 1840 ~an actual incident during which slaves were cast overboard during a typhoon

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Turner Joseph Mallord William The fighting Temeraire tugged to her last Berth to be broken up d « Turner Joseph Mallord William « Artists « Art might - just art

Joseph Mallord William Turner.  Watercolour

Joseph Mallord William Turner (from "Fonthill Sketchbook [Finberg XLVII], Sketches from Paintings by Claude", Pencil on paper x 433 mm);

Turner (1775‑1851). Sea and Sky From Vale of Heathfield Sketchbook circa…

vjeranski: “Joseph Mallord William Turner A Stormy Sea and Sky by Daylight, Possibly a Study Relating to the Eddystone Lighthouse From Vale of Heathfield Sketchbook, Watercolour on paper, 181 x.

'The Breaking Wave', Joseph Mallord William Turner | Tate

'The Breaking Wave', Joseph Mallord William Turner

Turner, Hulks on Tamar, Twilight, 1813

Joseph Mallord William Turner Hulks on the Tamar: Twilight Gouache and watercolour on paper 262 x 330 mm

The Athenaeum - Heavy Dark Clouds (Joseph Mallord William Turner - )

binyamindeburg: “ J. Turner Heavy dark clouds c. 1822 Gouache and watercolour on paper ”

Joseph Mallord William Turner, ‘Study of Clouds’ 1796-7

Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Study of Clouds’, - Gouache, graphite and watercolour on paper - Dimensions Support: 113 x 93 mm - Collection - Tate

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