Frases de Joseph Mallord William Turner

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Joseph Mallord William Turner

Fecha de nacimiento: 23. Abril 1775
Fecha de muerte: 19. Diciembre 1851

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Joseph Mallord William Turner , pintor inglés especializado en paisajes. Fue considerado una figura controvertida en su tiempo, pero hoy en día es visto como el artista que elevó el arte de paisajes a la altura de la pintura de historia.[2]​ Aunque es renombrado por sus pinturas al óleo, Turner también es uno de los grandes maestros de la pintura paisajista británica en acuarela. Es considerado comúnmente como "el pintor de la luz".[3]​

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Frases Joseph Mallord William Turner

„I never in my whole life could make a drawing like that; I would at any time have given one of my little fingers to have made such a one [one of Girtin's yellow drawings].“

— J.M.W. Turner
remark of Turner to Chambers Hall, (before 1855); as cited in [https://ia601807.us.archive.org/24/items/gri_33125004491185/gri_33125004491185.pdf The Life of J. M. W. Turner R.A. , Walter Thornbury - A new Edition, Revised]; London Chatto & Windus, 1897, p. 61

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„Painting can never show her nose in company with architecture without being snubbed.“

— J.M.W. Turner
Quote c. 1840; as cited by by Vol. 1, (1860), p. 208; as quoted in The Life of J. M. W. Turner - Founded on Letters and Papers Furnished by His Friends and Fellow Academicians, Walter Thornbury; Cambridge University Press, 2013, p. 244 Turner's remark in the 1840's, when the new built Houses of Parliament in London were to be decorated with pictures

„My business is to paint what I see, not what I know is there.“

— J.M.W. Turner
Turner, quoted in: Donald B. MacCulloch (1927) The Wondrous Isle of Staffa, p. 160 Alternative quote: My job is to paint what I see, not what I know As quoted in: George Seferis (1999) A Poet's Journal: Days of 1945-1951. p. 105

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„.. [I] reprobate the mechanically systematic approach of drawing.... so generally diffused. I think it can produce nothing but manner and sameness.“

— J.M.W. Turner
Quote of Turner's remark, c. 1799 to his colleague Joseph Farington; as cited in the [http://www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/jmw-turner/essays-g2010028 essay 'Draughtsman and Watercolourist', by David Blayney Brown] on Tate.org Turner claimed then to have broken free of conventional methods

„Hawkey - Hawkey [Mr. Fawkes of Farnley Hall, North Yorkshire, close friend of Turner] - come here - come here! Look at this thunderstorm! Isn't it grand? - Isn't it wonderful? - Isn't it sublime?.. There, Hawkey; in two years you will see this again, and call it 'Hannibal Crossing the Alps'.“

— J.M.W. Turner
Quote c. 1810; as quoted in 'A brief history of weather in European landscape art', John E. Thornes, in Weather Volume 55, Issue 10 Oct. 2000, p. 368 The sky effects in the 'Hannibal' painting of Turner (Tate Gallery, No. 490) he finished in 1812, were supposedly seen by Turner in Yorkshire whilst visiting his friends the Fawkeses, (Tate Gallery 1975)

„Then you will do away with the only social meetings [at the Art Academy in London ] we have, the only occasion on which we all come together in an easy, unrestrained manner. When we have no varnishing days, we shall not know one another.“

— J.M.W. Turner
Quote of Turner, told by Mr. C?. Leslie; as cited in [https://ia801207.us.archive.org/18/items/lifeofjmwturnerr02thor/lifeofjmwturnerr02thor.pdf 'The life of J.M.W. Turner', Volume II, George Walter Thornbury;] Hurst and Blackett Publishers, London, 1862, pp. 186-87 Mr. Leslie gives Turner's respond on the idea to stop with the tradition of the pleasant [varnishing] days of the Academy before the yearly exhibition

„He John Ruskin knows a great deal more about my pictures than I do; he puts things into my head, and points out meanings in them that I never intended.“

— J.M.W. Turner
Quote of Turner, c. 1840's; as cited by George Walter Thornbury, in The life of J.M.W. Turner, Volume II; Hurst and Blackett Publishers, London, 1862, p. 130 Turner did not appear to be pleased with Mr. Ruskin's superlative eulogies, according to Peter Cunningham

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„In our variable climate where [all] the seasons are recognizable in one day, where all the vapoury turbulence involves the face of things, where nature seems to sport in all: her dignity and dispensing incidents for the artist’s study.... how happily is the landscape painter situated, how roused by every change in nature in every moment, that allows no languor even in her effects which she places before him, and demands most peremptorily every moment his admiration and investigation, to store his mind with every change of time and place.“

— J.M.W. Turner
Quote from Turner's lectures, 1811; as cited in Life and Work of J.M.W. Turner, Andrew Wilton; London: Academy Editions, 1979; as quoted in 'A brief history of weather in European landscape art', John E. Thornes, in Weather Volume 55, Issue 10 Oct. 2000, p. 367-368 In 1811 already Turner gave his first lectures as Professor of Perspective; in one of his lectures he spoke of the advantages of the British climate for landscape artists

„If I could find anything blacker than black, I'd use it.“

— J.M.W. Turner
Quote of Turner, c. 1842-43; as cited by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1879) The Life of J. M. W. Turner, R. A. p. 296 his reply after the prominent English marine painter had complained, that Turner in his painting 'Peace - Burial at Sea' - he painted after the burial of his artist-friend David Wilkie - had painted the sails in the steamer as black as possible

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