Neoclassicism and Romanticism

 


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John Martin



 


 

John Martin

(b Haydon Bridge, Northumb., 19 July 1789; d Douglas, Isle of Man, 17 Feb 1854).

English painter and printmaker. Known as ‘Mad Martin’, he was one of England’s most significant 19th-century painters of sublimely Romantic themes. Many of his canvases are extremely large in scale, which enhances their tremendous visual impact. He often made prints, notably mezzotints, from his paintings.


 


The Coronation of Queen Victoria
1839

 

 


Sadak in Search of the Waters of Oblivion
1812

 


The Bard

1817



 

The Eve of the Deluge

1840



 

Assuaging of the Waters
1840

 

The Last Judgement



 

Manfred and the Alpine Witch

1837



 

Adam and Eve Entertaining the Angel Raphael
1823
 

 


Great Day of His Wrath

1851
 
 

Sodom and Gomorrah



 

The Fallen Angels Entering Pandemonium




 

Macbeth



 

The Assuaging of the Waters



 

The Seventh Plague



 

The Angel with the Book



 

Christ Stilleth the Tempest



 

Point Judith, Rhode Island



 

Mountain landscape with rocks
 

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