Joseph Mallord William TurnerBoats on the Loire, Possibly near Ingrandes c.1826-8

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Boats on the Loire, Possibly near Ingrandes
Date c.1826-8
MediumWatercolour and gouache and pen and watercolour on paper
Dimensionssupport: 140 x 195 mm
Acquisition Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856
Turner Bequest CCLIX 185
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73 Boats on the Loire, possibly near Ingrandes c.1826-8 (fig.78)
Watercolour and gouache, with pen, on blue paper (type B) 140 x 195 (5 1/2 x 7 5/8)
Preliminary sketches: Possibly related to the landscape on TB CCXLVIII f.17. The boats are similar to those on f.4 verso of the same sketchbook
Related works: see cats.59 and 64
Copies: There is a copy of this work by Isabella Lee Jay (fl.1868-96) in the Ruskin Library at Lancaster (Bembridge cat.265). Jay, who was one of Ruskin's pupils, may also have been responsible for the copy in the Fogg Art Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts (1926.33.34)
Engr: An etching of this subject by Alfred Louis Brunet-Debaines was reproduced in Hamerton 1879, opp. p.240, as 'French Boats near Shore, with Lowering Sky'. The Victoria and Albert Museum holds a separate impression of the print (E.551-1888). See also cats… (read more)

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