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TURNER & ITALY

J.M.W. TURNER (1775-1851)

J.M.W. Turner conducted a love affair with Italy throughout his professional life. He was enchanted by its climate, landscapes, architecture and art, and this book explores this complex relationship. Turner travelled to Italy seven times, and the drawings he made were used as the basis for outstanding oil paintings, exhibited in London and Rome, and watercolours that were engraved and widely distributed. Together they created a seductive and potent view of Italy which has remained popular ever since.

James Hamilton, the noted Turner scholar, gives a fascinating and extensive account of the artist's travels. This is complemented by essays from Christopher Baker (Deputy Director, National Gallery of Scotland), Jacqueline Ridge (Keeper of Conservation, National Galleries of Scotland) and Nicola Moorby (Curator, Tate Britain), which consider the patronage Turner enjoyed, the use he made of sketchbooks, and his technical brilliance as a painter.

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Emne Engelsk kunst - 1800 tallet
Kunstner TURNER, J.M.W.
Forfatter James Hamilton
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 166 ill, heraf 163 i farver
Format / Sideantal 26 x 24 cm / 160 sider
Udgivelsesår 2009
Indbinding Hæftet/Paperback
Forlag National Galleries of Scotland
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 9781906270162
Lev. 14 dage

J.M.W. TURNER (1775-1851)

J.M.W. Turner conducted a love affair with Italy throughout his professional life. He was enchanted by its climate, landscapes, architecture and art, and this book explores this complex relationship. Turner travelled to Italy seven times, and the drawings he made were used as the basis for outstanding oil paintings, exhibited in London and Rome, and watercolours that were engraved and widely distributed. Together they created a seductive and potent view of Italy which has remained popular ever since.

James Hamilton, the noted Turner scholar, gives a fascinating and extensive account of the artist's travels. This is complemented by essays from Christopher Baker (Deputy Director, National Gallery of Scotland), Jacqueline Ridge (Keeper of Conservation, National Galleries of Scotland) and Nicola Moorby (Curator, Tate Britain), which consider the patronage Turner enjoyed, the use he made of sketchbooks, and his technical brilliance as a painter.