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Joseph Turner was born close to Covent Garden in London and entered the Royal Academy Schools in 1789. In his mid-twenties, Turner zeroed in on chronicled scenes. These huge scope paintings separated from nature and highlighted the free, luminous brushwork and theoretical originations for which he got known. Out traveling to Italy, he adjusted his style, leading to his late accentuation on the force of shading and light to make emotional, suggestive scenes. He got known as ‘the painter of light’ because of his increasing interest in splendid tones as the main constituent in the landscape arts. His paintings include watercolors, oils, and engravings. His accessible, definitive treatment of these subjects was reprimanded. However, it is currently broadly appreciated. Turner is maybe the best-cherished English Romantic craftsman.