Room guide

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Tate Photography

This exhibition examines the work of three artists who changed the course of landscape painting in nineteenth-century Europe.

Turner was from an older generation; the two younger artists, Whistler and Monet, never met him. But the artistic dialogue that Whistler and Monet had with Turner’s work, as well as with each other, contributed to the development of Impressionism, producing controversial landscape images which are now seen as some of the most evocative ever produced.

Room 1: Turner's Legacy

Turner Whistler Monet exhibition, Tate Britain, Room 1

Room 2: From Realism to the 'Impression'

Turner Whistler Monet exhibition, Tate Britain, Room 2

Room 3: Whistler's 'Nocturnes'

Turner Whistler Monet exhibition, Tate Britain, Room 3

Room 4: Painting in Series

Turner Whistler Monet exhibition, Tate Britain, Room 4

Room 5: Turner and the Thames

Turner Whistler Monet exhibition, Tate Britain, Room 5

Room 6: The Return of Whistler and Monet to the Thames

Turner Whistler Monet exhibition, Tate Britain, Room 6

Room 7: Turner, Whistler and Monet in Venice

Turner Whistler Monet exhibition, Tate Britain, Room 7