List of famous J. M. W. Turner paintings, listed alphabetically with pictures of the art when available. A celebrated artist around the world, J. M. W. Turner has created some of the most historic paintings of all time. These popular J. M. W. Turner paintings fetch insane amounts of money at art auctions, so if you want to buy one then start saving your money now. Going to museums can be expensive and time consuming, so scroll through this list to see paintings that J. M. W. Turner created from the comfort of your own home. You can find additional information for these renowned J. M. W. Turner paintings by clicking the names of the pieces.
List ranges from Guernica to Mona Lisa, plus much more.This list answers the questions, "What are the most famous J. M. W. Turner paintings?" and "What are examples of J. M. W. Turner paintings?"
Richmond Place, now known as Asgill House, is a Grade I listed 18th-century Palladian villa on Old Palace Lane in Richmond, London, overlooking the River Thames. The house is on the former site of the river frontage and later the brewhouse for the medieval and Tudor Richmond Palace. It is 8 miles from Charing Cross and was built in 1757–58 by Sir Robert Taylor as a summer and weekend parkland villa beside the River Thames for Sir Charles Asgill, who was Lord Mayor of London in 1761-62. It has been described as a "among the last villas of importance to be erected on the banks of the Thames". It was returned to its original appearance in a restoration of 1969–70 by Donald Insall Associates. ...more on Wikipedia
Interior at Petworth House (c. 1830-1837) is painting by British artist J.M.W. Turner. ...more on Wikipedia
Modern Rome – Campo Vaccino is a landscape by British artist J. M. W. Turner completed in 1839. It is Turner's final painting of Rome and had been in the possession of the family of the 5th Earl of Rosebery since 1878, until the painting came to auction, 7 July 2010. It was bought by the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, and was subject to an export bar to allow a British gallery time to attempt to match the Getty's bid. The painting is now on view at the Getty Center. ...more on Wikipedia