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Turner (1775-1851)
Turner (1775-1851)

Turner is undoubtedly considered as "the painter of light". After studying the work of the great landscape artists and that of his contemporaries, he slowly established his own particular style. His constant daring and innovative experimentation with composition, his choice of chromatics, the hazy quality of his paintings imbued with the romantic imagination of the time contributed to making Turner a pioneer of British fantastic landscape painting. Turner was also regarded as the precursor to impressionism.
Turner Joseph Mallord William (1775-1851)
Etats-Unis, New-York (NY), The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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