Turner from the Tate: The Making of a Master celebrates the artistic development of one of Britain’s most acclaimed artists through a survey of some of his most celebrated oil paintings and watercolours, as well as many works never before seen in Australia.
See how in a time of tumultuous change, Turner stunned and shocked the world with his breathtaking use of colour and light.
Follow Turner as he steps from the Royal Academy determined to master the masters. Discover works that threatened the very foundations of British art. Be transfixed by shimmering and dazzling masterpieces created by the painter of light.
image detail: J.M.W. Turner, Venice, Moonrise, exhibited 1840. Photo: (c) Tate, 2013