After Joseph Mallord William TurnerBrighthelmstone 1825

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Artist
After Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775‑1851)
Date 1825
MediumIntaglio print on paper
Dimensionsimage: 155 x 233 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased 1988
Reference
T05295
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In the early-nineteenth century, Brighton became a popular and fashionable tourist site, especially for Londoners looking for an escape from the increasingly crowded and dirty city. This print is part of a series of Picturesque Views on the South Coast of England (1811–26).  It shows the view towards the Brighton sea front, with the new chain pier prominent in the foreground. Also visible is the Royal Pavilion, completed in 1823, and the Marine Parade, still under construction at the date this print was issued.

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