Th 15.03.2012

Turner Inspired: In the Light of Claude

National Gallery
London, England
14/03 - 05/06/2012

When the famous British Romanticist artist Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) donated two of his paintings - Dido Building Carthage and Sun Rising through Vapour - to the National Gallery in London, his only condition was for the art works to be exposed alongside two other oeuvres - The Seaport and The Mill - by 17th-century French painter Claude (c.1600- 1682, full name Claude Gellée, also known as Claude Lorrain). Read more...

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