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Turner.

JMW Turner was a prolific master born to a barber in Covent Garden, London, in 1775. When he died in 1851, he left over 19,000 artworks. Selecting which to include in this book was a major feat in itself. Turner was a Romantic when it came to landscapes, with an inimitable flair for seascapes, and was a pioneer of new techniques for creating tone and hue, deeply impressed by Goethe's theory of colours. It took the great art critic John Ruskin to interpret his works in full. Turner was also a successful art gallery owner, professor of the Royal Academy and tireless traveller, who invariably ret.

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  • "Turner a quelques visions en or, étourdissantes et belles ; ce ne sont que des visions, mais elles demeurent de l'art, et l'on pourrait vivre et mourir avec de telles images... John Constable, 1828 J.M.W. Turner est le seul homme qui ait jamais donné une transcription complète du système de la nature, et il est, de ce point de vue, l'unique peintre de paysage parfait que le monde ait jamais connu... Nous avons eu, vivant avec nous, et peignant pour nous, le plus grand peintre de tous les temps ; un homme dont le pouvoir suprême ne pourra, pendant longtemps, être comparé à aucun intellect."
  • "Understand the creative genius of 50 famous painters through striking reproductions of their work - all annotated and explained in detail. The stylistic trademarks, favored subjects, and techniques of each artist are highlighted in their paintings, while the authoritative text provides fascinating biographical and historical details."
  • "JMW Turner was a prolific master born to a barber in Covent Garden, London, in 1775. When he died in 1851, he left over 19,000 artworks. Selecting which to include in this book was a major feat in itself. Turner was a Romantic when it came to landscapes, with an inimitable flair for seascapes, and was a pioneer of new techniques for creating tone and hue, deeply impressed by Goethe's theory of colours. It took the great art critic John Ruskin to interpret his works in full. Turner was also a successful art gallery owner, professor of the Royal Academy and tireless traveller, who invariably ret."@en
  • "At fifteen, Turner was already exhibiting View of Lambeth. He soon acquired the reputation of an immensely clever watercolourist. A disciple of Girtin and Cozens, he showed in his choice and presentation of theme a picturesque imagination which seemed to mark him out for a brilliant career as an illustrator. He travelled, first in his native land and then on several occasions in France, the Rhine Valley, Switzerland and Italy. He soon began to look beyond illustration. However, even in works in which we are tempted to see only picturesque imagination, there appears his dominant and guiding ide."@en
  • "Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) ließ nach seinem Tod 19.000 Kunstwerke zurück und schon die Bildauswahl für dieses Buch war eine wahre Mammutaufgabe. Turner war ein Romantiker der Landschaftsmalerei mit einem unvergleichlichen Gespür für das Meer und ein Pionier neuer Techniken, mit denen er innovative Farbtöne und -nuancen schuf, stark beeinflusst von Goethes Farbenlehre. Turner war außerdem ein erfolgreicher Gallerist, Professor an der Royal Academy und ein unermüdlich Reisender, der stets mit einer Vielzahl unglaublicher Kunstwerke, vor allem aus Venedig, zurück nach England kam. M."
  • "Joseph Mallord William Turner (Londres, 1775 - 1851)A 15 ans, Turner exposait déjà une Vue de Lambeth. Il acquit très tôt la réputation d'un aquarelliste extrêmement habile. Disciple de Girtin et de Cozens, il montra par son choix et la façon de présenter ses thèmes une imagination pittoresque qui semblait le destiner à une brillante carrière d'illustrateur. Il voyagea, d'abord dans son pays natal et puis, à plusieurs occasions, en France, dans la vallée du Rhin, en Suisse et en Italie. Son intérêt commença toutefois à dépasser le cadre de l'illustration : l'idéal du paysage lyrique, dominant."
  • "Published on the occasion of the exhibition of these paintings held at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, and the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne in 1996."@en

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