Making Painting: Helen Frankenthaler and JMW Turner, installation view at Turner ContemporaryPhoto Stephen White

Making Painting: Helen Frankenthaler and JMW Turner, installation view at Turner ContemporaryPhoto Stephen White

JMW Turner, The Rainbow: Osterspai and Filsen (1817) on ArtStack #jmw-turner #art

JMW Turner, The Rainbow: Osterspai and Filsen (1817) on ArtStack #jmw-turner #art

Fishermen at Sea (1796) JMW Turner. Turner has created a very powerful painting of a storm. The contrast between the darkness around the ship and the light from the moon has given it a sense of mystery and also draws the eye towards the boat which is struggling against the wild waves and the serene blues of the waters. This emphasizes natures overwhelming power against mankind. This painting was created with oil paint which has formed a delicate but powerful image.

Fishermen at Sea (1796) JMW Turner. Turner has created a very powerful painting of a storm. The contrast between the darkness around the ship and the light from the moon has given it a sense of mystery and also draws the eye towards the boat which is struggling against the wild waves and the serene blues of the waters. This emphasizes natures overwhelming power against mankind. This painting was created with oil paint which has formed a delicate but powerful image.

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JMW Turner: master of the ocean

Joseph Mallord William Turner, ‘Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps’ exhibited 1812

Joseph Mallord William Turner, ‘Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps’ exhibited 1812

JMW Turner's painting of stormy seas at Ramsgate, England in 1827.

Turner and the Elements: in pictures

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