Rain, Steam and Speed - 1844 Great Western Railway by Turner National Gallery Joseph
Rain, Steam and Speed - 1844
Great Western Railway
Joseph Mallord William Turner (born in Covent Garden, London on April 23, 1775 (exact date disputed), died December 19, 1851) was an English Romantic landscape artist, whose style can be said to lay the foundations for Impressionism.
Nottingham Castle (King Charles I Raising His Standard, 24 August 1642)
Artist: Dawson, Henry - Title: Nottingham Castle (King Charles I Raising His Standard, 24 August 1642) - Date: 1847 - Original Medium and Size: Oil on Canvas 147.3 x 238.8
17th Century, 19th Century, Breaking Cloud, Castle, Cavalier, Civil War, Draw Bridge, Figures, Flag, Henry Dawson, Imagine, King Charles, Landscape, Men, Nottingham, Panorama, Panoramic, Plateau, Scenery, Vision
The harbour, Polperro, Cornwall. Probably 1860s-1870s
The harbour from the slipway near The Three Pilchards. Amongst the moored boats are those with registration numbers '23FY', '49FY', '351(?)FY', '50FY' and '78FY'. A lady is hanging out the washing in the house on the right. A Photographic print from the manuscript The History of Polperro by Thomas Q. Couch (1878), which expanded on Jonathan Couch's work of the same name, published in 1871. Photographer: Lewis Harding.
© From the collection of the RIC