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Joseph Mallord William Turner. Wreckers of the Coast of Northumberland, 1836

Oil on canvas 1836
panic.-Ti:
furious goddess!
Sensual game of the paints, disclose emotion the the painter, more delicate and subtle than the reality evoked in "destroying the Northumberland Coast, 1836".
Impalpable Elemenetele of "nightmare" is evidenced by
by the bunk layering by color, the own procedure the romantic painter and due to which his opera the acquire the contour by dream.
Teodora Stoica-Ti:

Teodora Stoica
Twilight light up the sea
storm devours it as 
an starving eagle , prehistoric
and it takes in its beak and her pour
over the beach and town.
humans puzzled
running in counterclockwise
and end up drowning.
by Teodora Stoica -Ti:

Teodora Stoica
furious goddess!
Sensual game of the paints, disclose emotion the the painter, more delicate and subtle than the reality evoked in "destroying the Northumberland Coast, 1836".
Impalpable Elemenetele of "nightmare" is evidenced by
by the bunk layering by color, the own procedure the romantic painter and due to which his opera the acquire the contour by dream.
Teodora Stoica-Ti:

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