OLD MASTER CIRCLE OF JOSEPH M W TURNER OIL PAINTING Early 19th CENTURY GGF
PAINTING REF 110092
““Good Condition piece. ( see pictures) Cleaned Ready to hang. "
OLD MASTER LARGE OIL PAINTING
Circle of Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775 - 1851
in GOLD GILT FRAME
Beach Scene New Collection rare pieces of British history
( Late 18th / 19th century )
Title: Venice scene
Artist: circle of Joseph Mallord William Turner for obvious reasons .
This painting needs more research but this can cost thousands.
Beautiful painting that maybe a hidden gem.
Anyway unless you have £30 million spare for one of his paintings this is
one way to obtain a beautiful piece with a big question mark to whom it
was done by at a fraction of the price.
Signed: unsigned Note; 5. Is the painting signed - it always helps if it is ,
REMEMBER before c. 1830 it was more common than not for artists
NOT to sign their works ,you were meant to know who the artist was
by the style /hand , but this has been lost over time. so don't be put
off if its an early work you are viewing with no signature .
Provenance: john castagno art
Medium : Oil painting on Millboard
Condition: Very Good
Country: British school
The frame is from a later Period
Frame size : 27.5 in x 23.5 in
( 74 cm x 59 cm)
Canvas size : 22" x 18"
With an estimate of £25000 - £50000
Turner is perhaps the best-loved English Romantic artist.
He became known as 'the painter of light', because of his
increasing interest in brilliant colours as the main constituent
in his landscapes and seascapes. His works include water colours,
oils and engravings.
Turner was born near Covent Garden in London and entered the
Royal Academy Schools in 1789. His earliest works form part of the
18th-century topographical tradition. He was soon inspired by
17th-century Dutch artists such as Willem van der Velde,
and by the Italianate landscapes of Claude and Richard Wilson.
He exhibited watercolours at the Royal Academy from 1790,
and oils from 1796. In 1840 he met the critic John Ruskin,
who became the great champion of his work.
Turner became interested in contemporary technology,
as can be seen from 'The Fighting Temeraire' and 'Rain,
Steam and Speed'. At the time his free,
expressive treatment of these subjects was criticised,
but it is now widely appreciated.
Turner bequeathed much of his work to the nation.
The great majority of the paintings are now at Tate Britain.
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