In Wreckers Coast of Northumberland, we see J.M.W. Turner's 1836 fascination with the sublime turmoil of the sky and the sea.
Calais Pier by artist J.M.W. Turner is a perfect example of what art critic of the time John Ruskin called his “colossal power”
J.M.W. Turner's Shade and DarknessThe Evening of the Deluge is companion to Light and Colour where Moses is shown writing the Book of Genesis
Here American artist Fitz Henry Lane paints Boston Harbour as a naval scene of several ships in a highly realistic style.
After his marriage, Caspar David Friedrich began to include women in his work as can be seen in Woman before the Setting Sun.
Prayer Before Battle is a painting by Jósef Chelmonskí where we see soldiers of the forces of the Polish Uprising against the Russian Empire.
German painter Eduard Magnus created Return of the Palikaren while in in Italy in 1836.
German Romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich created The Oak Tree in the Snow in 1828.
J.M.W. Turner here paints Melrose Abbey in a scene suffused with natural light and shows a Romantic fascination with the picturesque of ruins.
The story for The Seventh Plague of Egypt by English Romantic painter John Martin is taken from the book of Exodus in the Bible.
Philipp Otto Runge was one of the most important of the German Romantic painters and The Morning is a wonderful example of this.
The Fighting Temeraire by J.M.W. Turner depicts HMS Temeraire being brought out to sea by a modern steamship to be scrapped.
During his career, French artist Eugene Delacroix became a master horse painter as can be seen in Horse Frightened by Lightning from 1829.
The Slave Ship is an 1840 oil painting by J.M.W. Turner in the Romantic Maritime style, which Turner was well known for.
The Wave, completed by French Painter Gustave Courbet in 1869, pre-dates the Impressionists and is generally considered to be 'post-Romantic'
Here English artist J.M.W. Turner depicts Walton Bridges, a double wooden Bridge at Walton, South-West of London.