Gallery JT Ltd. will soon publish information about two original fine art paintings with the names: William Blake and Joseph Mallord Willam Turner. The paintings are kept in bank.
British romanticism from the late 18 th century to the mid- 19 th century, (1790-1850) was a revulsion against established values in both social order and religion.
EMOTIONS OVER REASON AND SENSES OVER INTELLECT
Romantic artist were fascinated over for example nature and mysticism, exotic and mysterious and also folk culture and medieval era.
The British artist William Blake(1757-1827) suggested a new version of christianity with visual symbolism in his paintings.
The British artist Joseph Mallord William Turner recently obtained the highest auction price ever for British artists and set a new record.
According to Tate gallery,(1987) Joseph Mallord William Turner preside as the greatest, the culmination and almost the definition of the Romantic artists.
Photographs and descriptions of the two paintings will be published.
The water colour signed JMW Turner is painted in 1823 and is therefore presumed to have been painted by JMW Turner.
The motive is blossoming kirschberry trees which is counted as the most romantic blossoming for the trees only blossom in a very short period of time and furthermore the blossoming is extraordinary beautiful. This painting also include a girl and a stream and also sheep which all are familiar motives from other well known paintings by Joseph Turner.
The painting is in other words presumed to have been painted by the most expensive British artist ever who is a representative of the british romanticim and the motive includes one of the worlds most romantic scenes which is kirchberry trees in blossom.
Gallery JT Ltd. keep valuable paintings in bank for safety reasons.
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