Turner and Italy - Museum of Fine Arts

The Museum of Fine Arts hosts an exhibition called Turner and Italy presenting Turners work in eight parts, ordered chronologically. Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851) was especially known for his landscape paintings, and at the temporary exhibition you can see more than 80 paintings painted my Turner himself.

The exhibition opened July 15 and will be in the Museum of Fine Arts until October 25, 2009 – which means that there is not much time left for those still interested in visiting the exhibition. The full price ticket for the Turner and Italy exhibition is 2600 Forint. The full price for the permanent exhibition is 1400 Forint.

More about Joseph Mallord William Turner:
Joseph Mallord William Turner was one of the most significant landscape painters of the 19th century and indeed perhaps in the entire history of art. His hugely extensive oeuvre is characterised by thematic diversity and endless technical innovation. He painted true-to-life city- and landscapes – he was especially fond of depictions of the sea -, historical and mythological scenes, contemporary events, but his imagination was also inspired by literature.

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