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Turner Inspired: In the Light of Claude (National Gallery London) (edition 2012)

by Ian Warrell

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Title:Turner Inspired: In the Light of Claude (National Gallery London)
Authors:Ian Warrell
Info:National Gallery London (2012), Hardcover, 144 pages
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This is a book about the life-long influence of Claude Lorrain's work on that of William Turner. This influence tends, in the main, to be on Turner's more passive scenes, though it is surprising to learn that there is a clear influence on the industrial work 'Rain, Steam and Speed' as well as on some of the later, more abstract pieces. The book deepens the understanding of the relationship of Lorrain's classical compositions to Turner's play with the metaphysics of light. ( )
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