Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Sailors Getting Pigs on Board a Boat in a Choppy Sea’, -- From Drawings and Watercolours Connected with the Welsh and Marches Tours - 1792–3 - Graphite and watercolour on paper - Dimensions Support: 222 x 273 mm - Collection - Tate
Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘Back View of the Hot Wells, Bristol’, --- From Drawings and Watercolours Connected with the Welsh and Marches Tours --- ?1792–3 - Gouache, graphite and watercolour on paper - Dimensions Support: 184 x 256 mm - Collection - Tate
Yacht Approaching the Coast, c1840-5, Joseph Mallord William Turner, oil on canvas support: 1022 x 1422 mm, London, UK. "Rothko felt a particular kinship with the British painter J.M.W. Turner, whose later landscapes sometimes verge on the abstract, with recognisable forms dissolving into the evocation of light and space. Tate’s collection of Turner was one of the principal reasons for Rothko’s generous donation of the Seagram murals..."