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J. M. W. Turner
   uttered the last words   
"The Sun is God."
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
Norham Castle, Sunrise
1775-1851; Tate Gallery, London
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
The Decline of the Carthaginian Empire
1856; English; Tate Museum, Londong; one of the great masterpieces of the Romantic Period
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
Couvent Du Bonhomme, Chamonix
Watercolor, Cambridge: Fitzwilliam Museum
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
Rain, Steam, and Speed-The Great Western Railway
C.1840; London, National Gallery
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
The Fighting Téméraire
1839, late work of Romantic artist -- National Gallery
J. M. W. Turner
   lifespan was   
1775-1851
English painter
J. M. W. Turner
   was born in   
London, England
An English Romantic landscape painter, watercolourist and printmaker, whose style can be said to have laid the foundation for Impressionism.
J. M. W. Turner
   represents   
Romanticism
English Painter
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
Snow Storm: Steamboat off a Harbour's Mouth
Oil on canvas, 1842; Tate Gallery, London
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
The Battle of Trafalgar As Seen from the Mizen Starboard Shrouds of the Victory
1806-08; oil on canvas; Tate Britain, London
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
Snow Storm: Hannibal and His Army Crossing the Alps
Oil on canvas, exhibited 1812; Tate Gallery, London
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
The Field of Waterloo
Oil on canvas, exhibited 1818; Tate Britain, London
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
England: Richmond Hill, on the Price Regent's Birthday
Oil on canvas, exhibited 1819; Tate Britain
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
Story of Apollo and Daphne
Oil on wood, exhibited 1837; Tate Britain, London
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
Destruction of Sodom
Oil on canvas, exhibited 1805; Tate Britain
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   
Caligula's Palace and Bridge
Oil on canvas, exhibited 1831; Tate Britain
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   

Bell Rock Lighthouse; 1819; English; Romanticism; National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh; watercolor and gouache with scratching out on paper; 455 x 306 cm
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   

Bonneville, Savoy; 1833; English; Romanticism; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas. U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 92 x 123 cm
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   

Dutch Boats in a Gale; 1801; English; Romanticism; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 163 x 221 cm
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   

Fishing Boats with Hucksters Bargaining for Fish; 1837-1838; English; Romanticism; Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 174 x 225 cm
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   

Keelman Heaving in Coals by Midnight; 1835; English; Romanticism; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 92 x 123 cm
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   

Llanthony Abbey, Monmouthshire; 1792; English; Romanticism; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana, U.S.A.; watercolor on white paper; 21 x 27 cm
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   

Mer de Glace, in the Valley of Chamouni, Switzerland; 1803; English; Romanticism; Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A.; watercolor; 104 x 70 cm
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   

Self-portrait; 1799; English; Romanticism; Tate Britain, London, England; oil on canvas; 74 x 58 cm
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   

Mount Vesuvius in Eruption; 1817-1820; English; Romanticism; Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A.; watercolor; 40 x 29 cm
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   

The Fighting Temeraire Tugged to Her Last Berth to be Broken Up; 1839; English; Romanticism; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 91 x 122 cm
J. M. W. Turner
   painted   

The Burning of the Houses of Lords and Commons, 16 October 1834; 1835; English; Romanticism; The Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 92 x 123 cm






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