A passenger ferry highlighted in orange provides the focal point for this seascape by Turner. To the left, a line of ships recedes into the distance. At right, the Dutch warship and Rotterdam skyline acknowledge the artist’s debt to the marine painters of 17th century Netherlands. The turbulent waters and sunlight emerging from behind rain clouds reflect Turner’s fascination with the coaction of elemental forces. It is little wonder that English art critic John Ruskin described him as the artist who could most “stirringly and truthfully measure the moods of Nature.”
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J.M.W. Turner : “Rotterdam Ferry-Boat” (1833)
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