Joseph Mallord William Turner

Standard Name: Turner, Joseph Mallord William
Used Form: J. M. W. Turner


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Friends, Associates Maria Callcott
In Rome they got to know the painter Charles Eastlake , and through him other artists, such as John Jackson and J. W. M. Turner . MC 's developing interest in the pre-Renaissance art of...
Friends, Associates Amelia Opie
She had already begun to move in fashionable circles, and became friendly with Lady Caroline Lamb , Lady Cork , and painters James Northcote and Sir Joshua Reynolds .
Opie, Amelia. “Introduction”. Adeline Mowbray, edited by Shelley King and John B. Pierce, Oxford University Press, p. i - xxix.
In 1802, in London and...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Rigby
In London, she met theCarlyles and John Gibson Lockhart 's daughter Charlotte . She was also introduced to her future husband, Charles Eastlake . She called on Agnes Strickland and Maria Edgeworth . Lord Shaftesbury
Friends, Associates Mary Augusta Ward
During this time MAW led a full social life: she and her husband held up to three dinner parties a week during the London season, and her Thursday afternoon salon became immensely popular with the...
Leisure and Society Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
She remained deeply interested in art (she frequented galleries and developed a deep appreciation for Blake , Turner , and the more contemporary Renoir , and Monet ). She also regularly attended the theatre.
Coleridge, Mary Elizabeth. “Memoir and Editorial Materials”. Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary E. Coleridge, edited by Edith Sichel, Constable, pp. 1 - 44; various pages.
Coleridge, Mary Elizabeth. Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary E. Coleridge. Editor Sichel, Edith, Constable.
245, 252-56
Occupation John Ruskin
Having begun to publish in the 1830s, when he became a champion of J. W. Turner against established styles of painting, JR made his name and created a sensation with the appearance of the first...
Publishing Marie Corelli
MC published The Devil's Motor, a novel with illustrations supplied by artist Arthur Severn , whom she thought of as a second Turner.
Kowalczyk, Richard L. “Marie Corelli and Arthur Severn’s Reputation as an Artist”. Modern Philology, Vol.
, pp. 322-7.
Blain, Virginia et al., editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford.
TLS Centenary Archive Centenary Archive [1902-2012].
456 (6 October 1910): 367
Publishing Mary Russell Mitford
MRM advised an artist named George Baxter on scenes to engrave as woodcuts for a Whittaker edition of Our Village, probably 1835.
Mitford, Mary Russell. The Life of Mary Russell Mitford: Told by Herself in Letters To Her Friends. Editor L’Estrange, Alfred Guy Kingham, Harper and Brothers.
2: 157
Further complete editions, selections, and translations into many languages followed...
Reception Elizabeth Jennings
Nicholas Lezard used this collection as an opportunity to celebrate Jennings's many registers and many modes. These, he notes, run from the deceptively simple, Wendy-Cope -like account of a child's disappointment that Piccadilly Circus had...
Textual Features Rosamund Marriott Watson
Another poem here, The Quern of the Giants, reworks the Icelandic legend of Fenia and Menia, two giant sisters forced into turning millstones for King Frodi. Their endless work greatly benefits their captor until...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Elizabeth Jennings
She includes poems for poets, artists, and thinkers: George Herbert , Charles Causley , Philip Larkin , J. M. W. Turner , Caravaggio , Chardin , Goya , Hume , and Descartes . A sequence...


19 December 1851: English landscape painter Joseph Turner ...

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19 December 1851

English landscape painter Joseph Turner died.

1857: The Department of Practical Art constructed...

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The Department of Practical Art constructed a facility on eighty-seven acres of land in South Kensington.


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