Tuner: Venice, Boxed Note Cards

About the Artist

Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851) made his reputation as a topographical watercolorist, sketching from nature, mainly in pencil. His sketches served as a repository of ideas on which he might draw months or even years afterward. Turner revolutionized landscape painting by investing it with the kind of high-intellectual purpose and technical mastery formerly reserved only for grand historical painting. His innovative techniques as a watercolorist and oil painter had a profound effect on the practice of later landscape art in Europe and the United States.

Tuner: Venice, Boxed Note Cards

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A curated selection of J.M.W. Turner's striking and colorful seascape paintings is reproduced here for the Venice note card collection. The full-color note cards are large enough to convey personal greetings, thank-yous, and invitations. The sturdy flip-top box has a magnetic closure and is ideal for storing keepsakes.

  • 20 note cards (4 each of 5 images) with envelopes
  • 5 x 7 inches
  • Decorative box

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