A passenger ferry provides the anchor point for this turbulent seascape by J.M.W. Turner. To the left, a line of ships recede into the distance, creating the illusion of depth. At right, the Dutch warship and Rotterdam skyline acknowledge the artist’s debt to the marine painters of 17th century Holland. While nautical themes were prominent in Turner’s work, he was more deeply fascinated with light itself, which he viewed as an emanation of the divine spirit.
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J.M.W. Turner : “Rotterdam Ferry-Boat” (1833)
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