Incredible Artwork: Three of a Kind

Farewell to Anger

Farewell to Anger – Leonid Afremov

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And I Need Sunny Days – Daniel Danger

Fishermen at Sea

Fisherman at Sea – JMW Turner

I just wanted to share some of my favourite artworks with you. Do you have a favoruite? What would you have on your wall if you could?

Gr8at: JMW Turner

The first art exhibition I remember going to was of Joseph Mallord William Turner, and it’s no surprise he’s long been one of my favourite artists. Gifted with oil, watercolour, etching or even a simple draft , Turner was a huge success in his lifetime and his popularity has never come close to fading. Inspired by going to the Turner and the Sea exhibition¬†at the national Maritime Museum (and expect more on that soon), I’ve decided it’s time for a Gr8at on one of Britain’s greatest ever painters.

Fishermen at Sea (1796)

Moonlight Study at Millbank (1797)

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The Fighting Temeraire (1838)

Snow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouth exhibited 1842 by Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775-1851

Snow Storm – Steam-boat off a Harbour’s Mouth (1842)

The Shipwreck (1805)

The Scarlet Sunset (Between 1830 -1840)

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Rain, Steam and Speed The Great Western (1844)

Peace – Burial at Sea (1842)