Walks of Art Dolly Alderton on Turner, Monet and the Thames

The writer and journalist wanders along the river and explores its hidden depths

Joseph Mallord William Turner
The Thames above Waterloo Bridge (c.1830–5)

From Turner's romantic depictions of the river, to Monet's obsession with British fog, the Thames has inspired many artists for years.

Hear Dolly talk with curators, historians and cartoonists about how artists have changed the way we see the river.

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