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J. M. W. TURNER

Born
23 April 1775 Covent Garden, London, England
Died
19 December 1851
Nationality
English

348 works

Martello Towers near Bexhill,Sussex (Liber Studiorum) J. M. W. TURNER Entrance of Calais Harbour J. M. W. TURNER Solway Moss J. M. W. TURNER Mill near the Grand Chartreuse, Dauphiny J. M. W. TURNER Chain of alps from Grenoble to Chamberi (Liber Studiorum) J. M. W. TURNER Aesacus and Hesperie J. M. W. TURNER Flounder fishing,Battersea (Liber Studiorum) J. M. W. TURNER Hedging and ditching (Liber Studiorum) J. M. W. TURNER The Red Rigi J. M. W. TURNER Norham Castle on the Tweed J. M. W. TURNER From Spenser's Fairy Queen (Liber Studiorum) J. M. W. TURNER The Fall of the Clyde (Liber Studiorum) J. M. W. TURNER Okehampton Castle, Devonshire J. M. W. TURNER Scene in the Campagna Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Berry Pomeroy Castle Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Scene in the Campagna Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Bonneville, Savoy Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Watermill Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Mill near the Grand Chartreuse, Dauphiny Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Berry Pomeroy Castle Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) The source of the Arveron, in the Valley of Chamouni, Savoy Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Solway Moss Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Ben Arthur, Scotland Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) The source of the Arveron, in the Valley of Chamouni, Savoy Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) The Frontispiece Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Bonneville, Savoy Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Chain of alps from Grenoble to Chamberi Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Little Devil's Bridge, over the Russ above Altdorft, Switzerland Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Chain of alps from Grenoble to Chamberi Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after) Watermill Frank SHORT (engraver); J. M. W. TURNER (after)