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Turner, Joseph Mallord William: Mortlake Terrace, der Wohnsitz von W. Sliam Moffat, Sommerabend (Mortlake Terrace, the Seat of William Moffatt, Esq. Summer's Evening)

J.M.W. Turner, Mortlake Terrace, the Seat of William Moffat, Summer’s Evening, 1827

Joseph Mallord William Turner - Painter of Light

Howard Ferguson Octet, for string quartet, clarinet, horn and double-bass Moderato Allegro scherzoso (Start at Andanti.

Lifeboat Rescuing Vessel in Distress with Manby Apparatus, by J.M.W. Turner (Print On Demand)

Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Life-Boat and Manby Apparatus Going Off to a Stranded Vessel Making Signal (Blue Lights) of Distress’, exhibited 1831 - Oil paint on canvas - Dimensions Support: 914 x 1220 mm - © Victoria and Albert Museum

Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, 1825, William Turner

Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, 1825, William Turner

The Dogana and Santa Maria della Salute, Venice (Joseph Mallord William Turner)

The Dogana And Santa Maria Della Salute Venice Metal Print by Joseph Mallord William Turner

Aloysius's favorite Painting. "Regulus" by Turner...such a beautiful painting with a morbid backstory

Joseph Mallord William Turner Title Regulus Date reworked 1837 Medium Oil paint on canvas Dimensions Support: 895 x 1238 mm frame: 1135 x 1460 x 93 mm Collection Tate Acquisition Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856 Reference

J. M. W. Turner - The Lake of Zug, 1843. Watercolour over graphite.

J. M. W. Turner - The Lake of Zug, 1843. Watercolour over graphite.

Joseph Mallord William Turner,  Caernarvon Castle

Joseph Mallord William Turner Caernarvon Castle oil painting for sale; Select your favorite Joseph Mallord William Turner Caernarvon Castle painting on canvas or frame at discount price.

William Turner "Approdo nella tempesta" 1801

Pembroke Caselt, South Wales, Thunder Storm Approaching, 1801 by Joseph Mallord William Turner.

Dido Building Carthage, 1815 by William Turner. Romanticism. history painting. National Gallery, London, UK

Joseph Mallord William Turner - Dido building Carthage, or The Rise of the Carthaginian Empire, 1815 - , individual art card

The Fighting Temeraire

Joseph Mallord William Turner The Fighting 'Téméraire' tugged to her last Berth to be broken up Oil on canvas 1838 National Gallery (London, United Kingdom)

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