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Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Harbour View’, c.1826 - Bodycolour on paper -  Dimensions Support: 139 x 189 mm -  © The National Gallery of Scotland

Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Harbour View’, c.1826 - Bodycolour on paper - Dimensions Support: 139 x 189 mm - © The National Gallery of Scotland

Off North Shields - John William Carmichael  {Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne}

Off North Shields - John William Carmichael {Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne}

スコットランド国立美術館

スコットランド国立美術館

Robert Leslie Howey (1900-1981)

Robert Leslie Howey (1900-1981)

The Steamship 'Lusitania' in the Mersey, November 1907  by Frank Thomas Copnall   Date painted: 1907 Oil on leathercloth, 53.7 x 79.3 cm  Collection:  National Maritime Museum

The Steamship 'Lusitania' in the Mersey, November 1907 by Frank Thomas Copnall Date painted: 1907 Oil on leathercloth, 53.7 x 79.3 cm Collection: National Maritime Museum

Chatel Argent, in the Val d'Aosta, near Villeneuve

Chatel Argent, in the Val d'Aosta, near Villeneuve

Thun

Thun

John Linnell, Coast Scene at Cullercoats near Whitley Bay (c 1834), oil on paper on board, 21.6 x 36.8 cm, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT. Wikimedia Commons.

John Linnell, Coast Scene at Cullercoats near Whitley Bay (c 1834), oil on paper on board, 21.6 x 36.8 cm, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT. Wikimedia Commons.

The Palazzo Balbi on the Grand Canal, Venice by  Joseph Mallord William Turner

The Palazzo Balbi on the Grand Canal, Venice by Joseph Mallord William Turner

Selling Fish  by George Morland   Date painted: c.1799 Oil on canvas, 71 x 91.5 cm  Collection:  Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry   George Morland grew up in a prosperous family of artists. He spent more than he earned and kept moving house to avoid his creditors. In 1799 he moved to a cottage on the Isle of Wight where he probably painted this picture.

Selling Fish by George Morland Date painted: c.1799 Oil on canvas, 71 x 91.5 cm Collection: Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry George Morland grew up in a prosperous family of artists. He spent more than he earned and kept moving house to avoid his creditors. In 1799 he moved to a cottage on the Isle of Wight where he probably painted this picture.

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