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Goldau, 1843

Goldau, 1843

Joseph Mallord William Turner

Joseph Mallord William Turner is best known for his landscape paintings, and in particular those in which he used light to dramatic effect. He had a particular interest in natural disasters – volcanic eruptions, storms at sea and avalanches were all the subject of paintings during his long and prolific career. Turner frequently travelled to the Alps to paint, and in the 1840s he visited the village of Goldau in Switzerland, which in 1806 had been destroyed by a catastrophic landslide, resulting in the deaths of 457 people. The dramatic sky is considered to be symbolic of the destruction of the village.
 

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