J.M.W. Turner - Romance Era - Romantic Art - 142 Slides - JMW Turner

J.M.W. Turner - Romance Era - Romantic Art - 142 Slides - JMW Turner
J.M.W. Turner - Romance Era - Romantic Art - 142 Slides - JMW Turner
J.M.W. Turner - Romance Era - Romantic Art - 142 Slides - JMW Turner
J.M.W. Turner - Romance Era - Romantic Art - 142 Slides - JMW Turner
J.M.W. Turner - Romance Era - Romantic Art - 142 Slides - JMW Turner
J.M.W. Turner - Romance Era - Romantic Art - 142 Slides - JMW Turner
J.M.W. Turner - Romance Era - Romantic Art - 142 Slides - JMW Turner
J.M.W. Turner - Romance Era - Romantic Art - 142 Slides - JMW Turner
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This is a complete presentation on the art of Joseph Mallord William Turner from the Romance Era. THERE ARE MANY ACTUAL SLIDES IN THE PREVIEW FOR YOUR REVIEW. THIS IS YOUR BEST INDICATION OF PRODUCT QUALITY.

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This is a comprehensive show of Turner's art, covering every phase of his career.

EXCERPT:
Snow Storm, 1812: Hannibal & Army Crossing Alps
~ Oil on Canvas painting - Tate Britain, London.
~ Turner tackled one of the premiere military movements then known to the world: Hannibal crossing the Alps in 218BC during the Second Punic War.
~ Hannibal led his Carthaginian army over the Alps and into Italy, to take the war directly to the Roman Republic.
~ His soldiers are fighting locals in the dark parts of the painting; yet Italy shines with sun up ahead: his goal.
~ The Punic Wars were long over but Turner had a close parallel. The Napoleonic Wars were ongoing between Britain and France.
~ The white upper mass is an avalanche of snow in transit. In this one painting, Turner uses wind, rain, snow and clouds, a meteorological tour de force. They all swirl and whirl wildly together.
~ Turner repeated this weather effect in many subsequent paintings.
~ While Turner was the light and atmosphere painter of the Romance era, John Constable was part of the same movement but studying clouds and the science of them.
~ Both Claude Monet and Camille Pissarro would study Turner and Constable so that their own work in rendering fog, mist, snow, rain and frost was equally successful.
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