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William Turner of Oxford Wichwood Forest,Oxfordshire (mk47) oil painting


Wichwood Forest,Oxfordshire (mk47)
Painting ID::  26088
William Turner of Oxford
Wichwood Forest,Oxfordshire (mk47)
SPWC 1809 Watercolour 606x794mm Victoria & Albert Mueum,London

   
   
     

William Turner of Oxford A Scene in the vicinity of a Baronial Residence in the reign of Stephen (mk47) oil painting


A Scene in the vicinity of a Baronial Residence in the reign of Stephen (mk47)
Painting ID::  26123
William Turner of Oxford
A Scene in the vicinity of a Baronial Residence in the reign of Stephen (mk47)
SPWC 1830 40guineas Watercolour,bodycolour and gum 990x743mm

   
   
     

William Turner of Oxford Cherwell Water Lilies, oil painting


Cherwell Water Lilies,
Painting ID::  32779
William Turner of Oxford
Cherwell Water Lilies,
mk47 Watercolour and bodycolour 571x701cmm

   
   
     

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     William Turner of Oxford
     British, 1789-1862 He probably received his earliest training from William Delamotte, in Oxford. In 1804 he went to London and became a pupil of John Varley, possibly being formally apprenticed. He first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1807; in January 1808 he was elected an associate of the Society of Painters in Water-Colours, and in November of that year became its youngest full member. He exhibited there annually from 1808 until his death, sending 455 works in all. His passionate, technically complex youthful work was highly acclaimed, yet its promise remained unfulfilled; around 1811 he returned to Oxfordshire and soon established himself as a drawing-master in Oxford.

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