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(1) (2) The Grevenburg, Looking Downstream from the Approach to Traben; (3) (4) The Grevenburg; (5) Trarbach Church
From Rivers Meuse and Moselle Sketchbook
Turner Bequest CCXVI
Date 1824
MediumGraphite on paper
Dimensionssupport: 118 x 78 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856
Reference
D19764
Turner Bequest CCXVI 108
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Joseph Mallord William Turner, '(1) (2) The Grevenburg, Looking Downstream from the Approach to Traben; (3) (4) The Grevenburg; (5) Trarbach Church, 1824
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Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) (2) The Grevenburg, Looking Downstream from the Approach to Traben; (3) (4) The Grevenburg; (5) Trarbach Church', 1824
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) (2) The Landshut; (3) Half-Timbered Houses at Bernkastel; (4) The Flying Bridge at Bernkastel', 1824
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) (3) Ruins at Trier; (2) The Cathedral, Trier', 1824
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) Bernkastel and the Landshut, Looking Downstream; (2) (3) Bernkastel and the Landshut, with Kues Opposite, Looking Upstream; (4) River and Village', 1839
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) Bernkastel and the Landshut, Looking Upstream; (2) (3) Bernkastel and the Landshut, Looking Upstream, with St Nicholas's Hospital, Kues, on the Right', 1824
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) Burg Hals and the Highest Houses in Hals from the Path over to Passau; (2) Distant View of Bamberg', 1840
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) Burg Klopp, Bingen and the Bridge over the Nahe, as Seen from the Rhine; (2) View up the Rhine to Burg Ehrenfels; (3)-(7) Composition Studies, (7) Showing the Bridge and Abbey at Bingen; (8) View down the Rhine from just above Eltville', 1817
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) Distant View of Bernkastel and the Landshut, Looking Upstream; (2) Zeltingen; (3) (4) Near Zeltingen', 1824
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) Distant View of Town; (2) A Ruined Tower; (3) Buildings on a River (in Two Instalments)', 1844
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) Fortifications at Mézières outside the Port de St-Julien; (2) Trier with the Ruins of the Imperial Baths on the Left', 1839
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) Klotten, Looking Upstream; (2) Klotten and Pommern, Looking Upstream', 1839
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) Neckarsteinach: Burg Schadeck and the Hinterburg, Looking Upstream; (2) Town', 1844
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) Sailing Boats with Awnings, a Crock and a Barrel; (2) Figures in a Boat with ?Klotten in the Distance, Looking Upstream; (3) The Ruined Convent at Stuben, Kloster Stuben (plus a Larger Sketch of the Ruin)', 1839
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) The Danube Bend at Schlögen and the Ruins of Kerschbaum; (2) View up the Danube with Marsbach Castle and Rannariedl; (3) (4) Marsbach Castle, Looking Downstream; (5) View down the Danube with Marsbach Castle and Wesenufer', 1840
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) The Drusus Bridge over the Nahe, Looking down the Nahe to Bingen at its Confluence with the Rhine; on the Hillside, Burg Ehrenfels and Burg Klopp; (2) View from Bingen across the Rhine to Rüdesheim, the Johannisberg and the Rheingau', 1817
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) The Hermitage on the Michaelslei at Ürzig, Looking Downstream with Separate Detail; (2) Ürzig and the Hermitage on the Michaelslei, Looking Upstream; (3) (4) Wolfer Kloster, Looking Downstream', 1839
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) The Roman Aqueduct; (2) Landscape', 1824
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) The Ruined Monastery at Wolf, Wolfer Kloster, in the Distance and Detail of its Tower; (2) Wolfer Kloster; (3) The Grevenburg, Looking Downstream from below Wolf; (4) Traben, Trarbach and the Grevenburg, Looking Downstream', 1839
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1) Verona: The Arena and Adjacent Buildings; (2) Buildings', 1833
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'(1)-(3) Freyenstein Castle, from Successive Viewpoints Moving Downstream; (4) Sarmingstein', 1833