Painting: The Sublime

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J.M.W. Turner
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J.M.W. Turner

‘Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, exhibited 1812 | Tate

‘Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, exhibited 1812 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, exhibited 1812 on display at Tate Britain. Hannibal Barca was a Commander of the Carthaginian army in 200-100 BC. He was a celebrated military leader. Although he is referenced in the title of this work, Hannibal himself is not pictured. Rather than focus on an individual leader, this work expresses human’s vulnerability when faced with the power of nature. The attention is on the victims…

WC Piguenit

'The flood in the Darling 1890' is one of several ambitious canvases painted by WC Piguenit in response to the devastating rains that inundated the western region of New South Wales in 1890. It reflects his respect for the terrifying ...

The flood in the Darling 1890, 1895 by WC Piguenit

'The flood in the Darling 1890' is one of several ambitious canvases painted by WC Piguenit in response to the devastating rains that inundated the western region of New South Wales in 1890. It reflects his respect for the terrifying ...

Son of a convict transported to Van Diemen's Land in 1830, WC Piguenit was schooled in Hobart and later worked in the Department of Lands survey office as a draughtsman. He received rudimentary instruction in painting, however he was largely ...

Mount Olympus, Lake St Clair, Tasmania, the source of the Derwent, 1875 by WC Piguenit

Son of a convict transported to Van Diemen's Land in 1830, WC Piguenit was schooled in Hobart and later worked in the Department of Lands survey office as a draughtsman. He received rudimentary instruction in painting, however he was largely ...

The Upper Nepean, (1889) by WC Piguenit :: The Collection :: Art Gallery NSW

The Upper Nepean, 1889 by WC Piguenit

Piguenit's parents were born in England, his father being of French ancestry, but he was one of the earliest professional painters with a completely Australian background. Born in Hobart, Tasmania, he was mainly self-taught, taking his models from the European ...

Kosciusko, (1903) by WC Piguenit

Kosciusko, 1903 by WC Piguenit

Kosciusko, (1903) by WC Piguenit

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‘Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, exhibited 1812 | Tate

‘Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, exhibited 1812 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, exhibited 1812 on display at Tate Britain. Hannibal Barca was a Commander of the Carthaginian army in 200-100 BC. He was a celebrated military leader. Although he is referenced in the title of this work, Hannibal himself is not pictured. Rather than focus on an individual leader, this work expresses human’s vulnerability when faced with the power of nature. The attention is on the victims…

Julian Bell, 'Contemporary Art and the Sublime' (The Art of the Sublime) | Tate

Julian Bell, 'Contemporary Art and the Sublime' (The Art of the Sublime)

Julian Bell, 'Contemporary Art and the Sublime' (The Art of the Sublime) | Tate

'The flood in the Darling 1890' is one of several ambitious canvases painted by WC Piguenit in response to the devastating rains that inundated the western region of New South Wales in 1890. It reflects his respect for the terrifying ...

The flood in the Darling 1890, 1895 by WC Piguenit

'The flood in the Darling 1890' is one of several ambitious canvases painted by WC Piguenit in response to the devastating rains that inundated the western region of New South Wales in 1890. It reflects his respect for the terrifying ...

Son of a convict transported to Van Diemen's Land in 1830, WC Piguenit was schooled in Hobart and later worked in the Department of Lands survey office as a draughtsman. He received rudimentary instruction in painting, however he was largely ...

Mount Olympus, Lake St Clair, Tasmania, the source of the Derwent, 1875 by WC Piguenit

Son of a convict transported to Van Diemen's Land in 1830, WC Piguenit was schooled in Hobart and later worked in the Department of Lands survey office as a draughtsman. He received rudimentary instruction in painting, however he was largely ...

The Upper Nepean, (1889) by WC Piguenit :: The Collection :: Art Gallery NSW

The Upper Nepean, 1889 by WC Piguenit

Piguenit's parents were born in England, his father being of French ancestry, but he was one of the earliest professional painters with a completely Australian background. Born in Hobart, Tasmania, he was mainly self-taught, taking his models from the European ...

Kosciusko, (1903) by WC Piguenit

Kosciusko, 1903 by WC Piguenit

Kosciusko, (1903) by WC Piguenit

Sublime – Art Term | Tate

Sublime – Art Term | Tate

Sublime – Art Term | Tate