Turner and the sublime
Discover one of the foremost artists of the 19th century, Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), English painter, watercolourist and engraver. His works display innovative research and ranked him as a master of the romantic movement. He is also regarded as one of the precursors of impressionism. This major exhibition, organized in collaboration with Tate (London) from the Turner Bequest, affords a unique opportunity to see outstanding works that are rarely exhibited outside England. The exhibition comprises several of the artist’s masterpieces, including Snow Storm (1842), Peace – Burial at Sea (1842) and Light and Colour (Goethe’s Theory) (1843), as well as a selection of exquisite gouache and watercolour works. This outstanding collection of 75 paintings and works on paper covers the biggest portion of Turner’s career, from the outset in the 1790s until its peak around 1840.
October 15, 2020 to January 3, 2021 Sunday, Tuesday -10h00AM-5h00PM Wednesday -10h00AM-9h00PM Thursday, Friday, Saturday - 10h00AM-5h00PM
Adults $22 /Seniors (65 and over) $20 /Ages 18 to 30 $12 /Ages 13 to 17 $ 7 /Children (12 and under) Free
Buying tickets online is mandatory.