Turner at the Tate Movie Review 1991

Information and Film Reviews for Turner at the Tate the Movie

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A celebration of the life and art of John Mallord William Turner. Upon his death, he requested his fortune be used to build a gallery where the public could see his work. The Queen herself opened the London Tate Gallery nearly 100 years after Turner's death. His work is permanently on display there.


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Running time 55 minutes.

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