Engravings by J. M. W. Turner
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James Mallord William Turner, R.A. (1775-1851) was probably the most prolific landscape artist that England has known. As well as sketching virtually the whole of the coastal areas of England, Wales and Scotland, he travelled extensively throughout Britain to illustrate cities, market towns, cathedral towns and country estates. His travels also took him all over the Continent but his sketch books shown mainly the Germanic States, Austria, Italy and Switzerland; sketches which were used in his large allegorical and mythological paintings.

 

Calais Pier
Steel engraving c.1860.

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Dover from Shakespeare's Cliff
Steel engraving c.1860.

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Dutch Boats in a Gale
Steel engraving c.1860.

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Lyme Regis
Steel engraving c.1860.

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Minehead and Dunster Castle
Steel engraving c.1860.

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