The eruption of the volcano Soufriere Mountains
Medium: oil on canvas
Location: University of Liverpool, Anglie
Dimensions: 105 x 79.4
St. Vincent is volkanický island in the Caribbean, which is still an active volcano La Soufriére. The basis for
Turner masterfully drawn picture of the notes and sketch eruption Hugh Perry Keane, the local lawyer and the owner of the plantation, which was the eruption April 13, 1812 profoundly impressed.
Turner painted picture The eruption of the volcano Soufriere Mountains in 1812. Prevailing color of this fine art print is dark and its shape is landscape. Original size is 105 x 79.4. This art piece is located in University of Liverpool, Anglie. This image is printed on demand - you can choose material, size and finishing.Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851).
landscape painter. His style laid the foundations for Impressionism
. In his time, he was considered a controversial artist, today, he is recognized for his approach to landscape painting. He worked with light (he used to be known as the painter of light). He also masterfully painted with watercolours. An example of his refined style, which influenced the French impressionists, is his Rain, Steam, Speed
, in which he hinted at the form objects and plot of the painting using only the mixing of colours. A very similar work is also Fighting Temeraire
(a battleship that rose to fame in the Battle of Trafalgar) from 1839, in which the famous ship pulls into the steamer docks for dismantling.