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Thomas Girtin Kirkstall Abbey,Yorkshire-Evening (mk47) oil painting


Kirkstall Abbey,Yorkshire-Evening (mk47)
Painting ID::  26066
Thomas Girtin
Kirkstall Abbey,Yorkshire-Evening (mk47)
c.1800 Watercolour 317x520mm Victoria & Albert Museum,London

   
   
     

Thomas Girtin The White House at Chelsea oil painting


The White House at Chelsea
Painting ID::  31322
Thomas Girtin
The White House at Chelsea
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Thomas Girtin Bamburgh Castle, oil painting


Bamburgh Castle,
Painting ID::  32783
Thomas Girtin
Bamburgh Castle,
mk81 Northumberland c.1797-9

   
   
     

Thomas Girtin berry pomeroy castle,devon oil painting


berry pomeroy castle,devon
Painting ID::  56164
Thomas Girtin
berry pomeroy castle,devon
mk247 1798,watercolor on paper,10.875x15.375 in,27.5x39 cm,sotheby s,london,uk

   
   
     

Thomas Girtin the tihe barn abbotsbuy oil painting


the tihe barn abbotsbuy
Painting ID::  56592
Thomas Girtin
the tihe barn abbotsbuy
mk248 girtin farglade ofta de skissrt som ban gjorde ute i det fria,mran ban brukade begransa sig till tua eller tre farger manga blev forlaga till fullbordade akvaller men banromd att samlare aven ville kopa bans skissern vittnar om.

   
   
     

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     Thomas Girtin
     English Romantic Painter, 1775-1802 English painter, draughtsman and printmaker. With his rival, J. M. W. Turner, he extended the technical possibilities of watercolour and in doing so demonstrated that watercolours could have the visual impact and emotional range of oils. Although close in style throughout the 1790s, by 1800 Turner and Girtin were beginning to diverge: whereas the former dissolved forms to express his idea of Nature in a state of flux, the latter sought out a landscape's underlying patterns to convey his awe of Nature's permanence as well as its grandeur. Girtin's reduction of landscape to simple and monumental forms

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