Tempests and Romantic Visionaries: Images of Storms in European and American Art
Tempests and Romantic Visionaries examines the many ways artists have portrayed both turbulent and calm weather conditions in marine and landscape paintings, drawings, and prints. Emphasis is placed on the artist’s observation and experience of weather and climate, as well as on works which use calm seas, storms, and tempests as symbol and metaphor.
Essays discuss J. M. W. Turner’s storm subjects (Hardy George), tempest and shipwreck subjects in Dutch art and Romantic marine painting (Lawrence Goedde), storms at sea in British marine painting (Geoffrey Quilley), and paintings of shipwrecks and disasters at sea (Daniel Finamore).
Specifications of Tempests and Romantic Visionaries: Images of Storms in European and American Art
|Author||Hardy S. George|
|Publisher||Oklahoma City Museum of Art|
|Number Of Pages||136|
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