Paths to Fame:
Turner Watercolours from The Courtauld
PATHS TO FAME
An introduction to the exhibition with curator Joanna Selborne.
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Turner's early ambition
By the end of the 18th century, castles, abbeys and churches were immensly popular subjects for engraving.
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Turner had first visited Lake Lucerne in 1802 and always remained attracted to its scenery.
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When Turner left England his sights were set on Switzerland, for him the complete concept of Sublime landscape.
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Turner used book illustration as a means of self-promotion producing hundreds of watercolours for prints.
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More than 100 works owe their origin to the time in and around Margate in the area of north-east Kent known as the Isle of Thanet.
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