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Turner at Petworth - painter & patron

This book celebrates the new collaboration between the National Trust and the Tate Gallery over the world-famous collection of paintings by Turner at Petworth, his association with that house and the patronage of the third Earl of Egremont.
The twenty oil paintings acquired by the third earl still at Petworth are all reproduced in colour together with Turner's paintings of or related to Petworth which now hang in the Glore Gallery. A special feature of the book is the facsimile reproduction of the complete set of 135 gouache drawings on blue paper.
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Emne Engelsk kunst 1800 tallet
Kunstner J.M.W. Turner
Forfatter Martin Butlin, Mollie Luther, Ian Warrell
Sprog Engelsk
Illustrationer
Format / Sideantal 27 x 23,5 cm / 300 s.
Udgivelsesår 1989
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Tate Gallery
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9781854370044
Lev. 3 dage
This book celebrates the new collaboration between the National Trust and the Tate Gallery over the world-famous collection of paintings by Turner at Petworth, his association with that house and the patronage of the third Earl of Egremont.
The twenty oil paintings acquired by the third earl still at Petworth are all reproduced in colour together with Turner's paintings of or related to Petworth which now hang in the Glore Gallery. A special feature of the book is the facsimile reproduction of the complete set of 135 gouache drawings on blue paper.