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J M W Turner

 (1775 - 1851)
J. M. W. Turner was active/lived in United Kingdom, England.  J M W Turner is known for Romantic landscape, skyscape and seascape painting.

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Artist Bulletins for J. M. W. Turner


7 archived bulletin(s) below.    (Note:  Bulletins are no longer updatable as of 2015.)

Turner drawing?
Chris (04/19/2015)
I have a pen and ink drawing of an unknown location signed by "JWM Turner RA"in a script very much like one used by him. Does anyone know of any circumstances of the artist reversing the order of his initials?





J.M.W. TURNER
karen (11/21/2010)
Did Turner sign his paintings? Is the painting "Solitude" in any museum?





Turner signature
Terry (04/04/2009)
Did Turner ever print his name? I have a w/c on board that depicts a Venetian water scene with Venice in the background, gondolas and people standing on a stone wharf to the right. It is in the style of Turner and signed "TURNER" in the lower right hand corner. It's approximately 6 1/2" X 4 1/2". Where can I find signature samples? Thanks for any assistance. Terry





turner
rod (02/09/2009)
did joseph turner sign any of his paintings (joseph)





Turner
Franklin Ball (11/13/2007)
I have a similar problem as Debbie Potter. I have a piece in a very old frame of which I would be nervous to take apart. Did he commission prints; waqter and pencil make it hard to say. It is signed on one side J.M.W. Turner R.B. and the other,as best I can tell W. Mitlet. I am uncertain it sayw R.B.; above either. Could someone help. The picture has a rather distinctive suspension bridge in the foreground and a rather substantial building with a tower in the background, It appears to be 18th century and very familiar; as if it was something I had seen in Europe. Thank You, Franklin Ball





Royal Academy Training
McKenzie (10/07/2007)
He was an topographic drafts man when he was in early trainigng when he was an active member in the Royal Academy





The Fighting Temeraire
Debbie Potter (09/09/2007)
Have old picture, and on back of it says: The Fighting Temeraire". Then says Turner then National Gallery London. Not in color. Acouple of ships with sails and one that looks like a steam ship. It looks so fragile i'm afraid to take it out of the frame. It may be a watercolor in a dark brown. I'm not even sure if this would be the right Turner. Any thoughts would be appreciated.





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