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After Joseph Mallord William Turner, ‘The Fighting Téméraire, engraved by T.A. Prior’ published 1886

‘The Fighting Téméraire, engraved by T. Prior’, after Joseph Mallord William Turner, published 1886

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Buy Orange Antagonist by Patricia McCarthy online. Buy affordable art online from Top Museums, Galleries and Artists. Discover affordable original art for sale including Paintings, Photography and Limited Edition Prints.

Margam Castle, photographed by William Henry Fox Talbot; one of the earliest photographs taken in Britain. via http://goldenagepaintings.blogspot.com/2013/03/margam-castle-photographed-by-william.html  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margam_Castle

funeral-wreath: “ Margam Castle, photographed by William Henry Fox Talbot; one of the earliest photographs taken in Britain.

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sandra beccarrelli - Bing Images

Joseph Mallord William Turner, 'Steamer and Lightship; a study for 'The Fighting Temeraire'' circa 1838-9

Artwork page for ‘Steamer and Lightship; a study for ‘The Fighting Temeraire’’, Joseph Mallord William Turner,

Wire - Nash, Paul - Google Cultural Institute

Paul Nash, Wire - This pieces MOVES me SO much. It crawls under your skin.

sandra beccarrelli - Bing Images

sandra beccarrelli - Bing Images

sandra beccarrelli - Bing Images

sandra beccarrelli - Bing Images

Anna Beatrix Horton, the inspiration for Byron's "she walks in beauty"  (married to his cousin)

Anna Beatrix Horton, the inspiration for Byron's "she walks in beauty" (married to his cousin)

Grey and Black Cross. No. XXVI, 1995. "As I go along with my work I formulate my thought, and from this struggle between what I want and the reality of the material—from this tension—is born an equilibrium." —Antoni Tàpies

gacougnol: Antoni Tàpies Grey and Black Cross. XXVI Mixed media on canvas 1955

Sunflower and Sun (1942) by Paul Nash. Inspired by the view from Hilda Harrisson's house, Sandlands on Boars Hill near Oxford. "Quite lovely country looking over the Bagley Woods towards Wittenham Clumps in the distance and a charming neglected garden... I cannot explain this picture. It means only what it says...But the drama of the event, which implies the mystical association of the sun and the sunflower, is heightened by the two opposing ellipses..."

"Quite lovely country looking over the Bagley Woods towards Wittenham Clumps in the distance and a charming neglected garden very interesting in forms and colours" - Sunflower and Sun by Paul Nash, 1942

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