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)

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_The_fighting_-Temeraire-_tugged_to_her_last_Berth_to_be_broken_up_detail1.jpg 789×1.000 píxeles

Turner_Joseph_Mallord_William_The_fighting_-Temeraire-_tugged_to_her_last_Berth_to_be_broken_up_detail1.jpg 789×1.000 píxeles

J.M.W.Turner. Sun Setting over a Lake. 1840. Oil on canvas, 91 x 122.5 cm. Tate Gallery, London

J.M.W.Turner. Sun Setting over a Lake. 1840. Oil on canvas, 91 x 122.5 cm. Tate Gallery, London

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

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

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

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

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

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

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