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  • Author:
    David Blayney Brown
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    0810962535
  • ISBN13:
    978-0810962538
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    Tate; 1st Edition edition (November 1, 2002)
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    176 pages
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Tate Britain is home to the largest collection of works by Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851). You can discover Turner’s incomparable talent for free in the Clore Gallery.

Tate Britain is home to the largest collection of works by Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851). A master of history, landscape and marine painting, he challenged the style of the old masters, trailblazing in technique and subject matter. Displaying a selection of our extensive Turner collection, the gallery includes some of his greatest masterpieces such as Self-Portrait, Peace – Burial at Sea and Norham Castle, Sunrise.

David Blayney Brown is a Senior Tate Curator, responsible for the Turner Collection. The book reveals beautiful pictures of Turner's watercolor painting and some background of his style. Hardcover: 176 pages. Recommended for anyone who enjoys a peek at Turner's life of painting.

David Blayney Brown surveys Turner’s stylistic and technical development over his long career, examining .

David Blayney Brown surveys Turner’s stylistic and technical development over his long career, examining his production of sketchbooks, independent and intermediate colour studies, and finished watercolours for exhibition and engraving. Tate’s collection of sketchbooks, drawings and watercolour by Turner comes very largely from the Turner Bequest and consists of working materials more than works that Turner finished, exhibited or sold. Finished and exhibited watercolours are present, especially from Turner’s earlier years, and there are numerous examples of drawings made for the engraver.

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Start by marking Turner In The Tate Collection as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In his essay, David Blayney Brown reveals the paradoxes and contrasts that abound in Turner's life and work: as a painter he looked both backward and forward, bridging the gap between the 18th century and modernism, compelled constantly to reexamine and reinvent his own art, with astonishing success.

Personal Name: Brown, David Blayney. Turner, J. M. W. (Joseph Mallord William), 1775-1851 Catalogs. Publication, Distribution, et. London. Physical Description: 176 p. : ill. (some co. ;, 23cm. Corporate Name: Tate Britain (Gallery) Catalogs. Personal Name: Turner, J. (Joseph Mallord William), 1775-1851. Corporate Name: Tate Britain (Gallery). Rubrics: Painting England London Catalogs.

The Tate owns the largest collection of . Turner's work, its Clore Gallery houses the Turner Bequest - the paintings, watercolours, drawings, sketchbooks acquired from the artist's estate in 1856. Focusing on 120 works, this volume provides a survey of all the aspects of the Tate Turner collections, introducing not only familiar masterpieces but many other works - such as sheets from sketchbooks or prints.

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Focusing on 125 paintings and drawings from the Tate, which owns the world's largest collection of Turner's work, this lavishly illustrated book provides a fresh and lively survey of his genius. Familiar masterpieces are reproduced along with less well-known prints and sheets from sketch-books; subject matter ranges from landscapes and natural subjects to ancient and modern history; marine subjects; literary illustration; and images of contemporary life

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Turner: In the Tate Collection. by David Blayney Brown. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780810962538 (978-0-8109-6253-8) Hardcover, Tate, 2002.

J.M.W. Turner is one of the greatest artists the world has ever known. His output was prolific and astonishingly varied. Focusing on 125 paintings and drawings from the Tate, which owns the world's largest collection of Turner's work, this lavishly illustrated book provides a fresh and lively survey of his genius. Familiar masterpieces are reproduced along with less well-known prints and sheets from sketchbooks; subject matter ranges from landscapes and natural subjects to ancient and modern history; marine subjects; literary illustration; and images of contemporary life.

In his essay, David Blayney Brown reveals the paradoxes and contrasts that abound in Turner's life and work: as a painter he looked both backward and forward, bridging the gap between the 18th century and modernism, compelled constantly to reexamine and reinvent his own art, with astonishing success.


Virn
Got this book as a gift for a friend. I'm jealous and will be getting one for me. Wonderful representations of Turner's work and quality printing.
Grillador
The book reveals beautiful pictures of Turner's watercolor painting and some background of his style.
Recommended for anyone who enjoys a peek at Turner's life of painting.