Artist
Title
Somer-hill, near Tunbridge, the Seat of W.F. Woodgate, Esq.
Date exhibited 1811
MediumOil paint on canvas
Dimensionssupport: 915 x 1223 mm
Collection
The National Gallery of Scotland
Turner Worldwide
Reference
TW0158
Butlin & Joll 116
Image credit© The National Gallery of Scotland
Joseph Mallord William Turner, 'Somer-hill, near Tunbridge, the Seat of W.F. Woodgate, Esq., exhibited 1811
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