|By the end of 1789, he had also begun to study under the draughtsman , who specialised in London views||British filmmaker wrote and directed , a biopic of Turner's later years, released in 2014|
|He left behind more than 550 oil paintings, 2,000 watercolours, and 30,000 works on paper||Hampshire: Zero Books|
|Retrieved 14 February 2020||He entered the Royal Academy of Art schools in 1789, when he was only 14 years old, and was accepted into the academy a year later|
|In 1896 a memorial was installed in the church, with a brass plaque reading " Erected in memory of William Turner of Oxford, Water Colour Painter and architect of this church||Retrieved 3 September 2014|
|181||This did not happen due to disagreement over the final site|
Piper 321 In his later years he used oils ever more transparently, and turned to an evocation of almost pure light by use of shimmering colour.
Captain Turner was put in command of the valley men in the garrisons in Hadley, Hatfield, Northampton, and Springfield.
Tragedy struck in December of 1669 when Frances died giving birth to their ninth child and soon after, in 1670, Turner was arrested on a forbidden trip to Boston.
She died in 1804, after having been committed to a mental asylum in 1799.
Five of those believed lost eventually found their way to Hatfield.27|6|16