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photoblog image Turner: Quillebeuf, Mouth of the Seine

Turner: Quillebeuf, Mouth of the Seine

 

From the Gulbenkian Museum

 

Turner: Quillebeuf, Mouth of the Seine

 

From the Gulbenkian Museum

 

comments (7)

Some serious stormy feelings...
Tom Wilson: Oh, Turner did a good storm!
That Turner wasn't bad was he, Tom...smile
Tom Wilson: He could wield a nifty brush, Frank smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 3 Jan 2017, 07:39
Good old Turner, he loved squally conditions Tom..
Tom Wilson: He did indeed! Have you read Peter Lovesey's "Bloodhounds" - it is set in Bath and a watercolour of Turner's features?
Lovely picture. He could wield a brush to great effect
Tom Wilson: He could indeed, Bill - an impressionist before the Impressionists!
Study, study, study.
Tom Wilson: Plus some native genius smile
I'm surprised you were allowed to take a photo of this Tom, but it has captured the strong feel of the painting.
Tom Wilson: The Gulbenkian is happy to have one take pictures, Brian - they don't even charge for camera use.
I can't think of Turner without thinking of the film starring Timothy Spall.
Tom Wilson: I've got it recorded - will probably watch it tonight.

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