|Turner and the Scientists 1st publ||In 1841 Turner rowed a boat into the Thames so he could not be counted as present at any property|
|An Historical Account of the Will of J||In Turner's later years he used oils ever more transparently and turned to an evocation of almost pure light by use of shimmering colour|
|Dreams and Passions In 1828, Paris buzzed with two sensations, Beethoven and Shakespeare||At twelve, Berlioz discovered music|
|From the moment he saw her, he was obsessed||His first watercolour, A View of the Archbishop's Palace, Lambeth was accepted for the of 1790 when Turner was 15|
|But his real achievement would be to make landscape the equal of history painting||He never married but had a relationship with an older widow, Sarah Danby 1760—1861|
|The next video is a full trip down the better Northern side of the Grimsel Pass in Switzerland from 3 cameras so hopefully, you can experience the Alps vicariously through me if you are unable to see such magnificence 1st hand||Der Versand ist derzeit nur innerhalb Deutschlands möglich|
|Of two other snuffboxes, an and silver example bears Turner's name, and another, made of wood, was collected along with his spectacles, magnifying glass and card case by an associate housekeeper||Du weißt, was Du vom Leben willst|
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He used pigments like , despite knowing that they were not long-lasting, and against the advice of contemporary experts to use more durable pigments.
A younger sister, Mary Ann, was born in September 1778 but died in August 1783.
The solemn grandeur of his Alpine views were an early revelation to the young Turner and showed him the true potential of the watercolour medium, conveying mood instead of information.
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