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In The Artists' Footsteps

Joseph Mallord William Turner

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About the Artist

Joseph Mallord William Turner

Artist: Joseph Mallord William Turner

Date of Birth: 1775
Date of Death: 1851
Place of Death: London
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Visited 1801 and about 1830


Education:


Professional Bodies:
RA


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Associates:
Associated with Sir Walter Scott in the illustration of his works


Bibliography:
Turner in his Time, Andrew Wilton, Thames and Hudson, 1987.


Notes:
Visited Dumfries and Galloway 1801 and c1830. Drawings of Gretna, Moffat, Annan etc. His drawing of Solway Moss (Finberg)no. 52) Liber Studiorum, Part XI mezzotint engraving by Thomas Goff Lupton 1816. Tate Gallery web site: drawings of Moffat, Lochhouse Tower, Solway Firth, Gretna, Merkland Cross, Solway Moss, Bonshaw Tower in Scottish Lakes sketch book. New Abbey for Scott's Prose Works and Minstrelsey of the Scottish Borders; Caerlaverock Castle for Scott's Poetical Works and Minstrelsey, also drawings of River Esk and probably Dundrennan. His "Hurrah for the Whaler Erebus - Another Fish" Tate Britain, records James Clark Ross's Research Expedition voyage of discovery to Antartica 1839 - 1843 (Ross came from Stranraer