The Slave Ship


Joseph Mallord William Turner

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"The Slave Ship" or also called "Slavers Throwing overboard the Dead and Dying - Typhoon coming on"" was painted by the British artist J. M. W. Turner of a slave ship, first exhibited in 1840.
The Slave Ship painting was widely admired for its use of colour and the way in which sea and sky merge around the distant ship. In the lower portion of the painting, hands of enslaved Africans can be seen still shackled. The Slave Ship painting is in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, USA. Beautiful, original hand-painted artwork in your home. Interpreted paintings based on the masters' works of Joseph Mallord William Turner.This The Slave Ship needs about 14 - 16days for production by a talented artist.

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