Tag: Walton-on-Thames

Walton bridges (c.1806)

Turner, Joseph Mallord William (1775-1851) Walton bridges c.1806 Oil on canvas, 91.2 × 122.5 cm National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Compare: Canaletto (1697-1768) Walton Bridge 1754 Dulwich Picture Gallery, London     See also: • Walton-on-Thames (England)

Walton Bridge (1754)

Canaletto (1697-1768) Walton Bridge 1754 Oil on canvas, 48.7 x 76.4 cm Dulwich Picture Gallery, London Compare: Turner, Joseph (1775-1851) Walton bridges c.1806 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne     See also: • Walton-on-Thames (England)

Natascha McElhone

(1969) Natasha Abigail Taylor Filmography as Actress: Surviving Picasso 1996 Director: James Ivory Starring: Anthony Hopkins, Natascha McElhone     Killing Me Softly 2002 Director: Chen Kaige Starring: Heather Graham, Joseph Fiennes   Born December 14 1969 Walton-on-Thames (England) Occupation Actress

Walton-on-Thames (England)

Walton in Art: Canaletto (1697-1768) Walton Bridge 1754 Dulwich Picture Gallery, London     Turner, Joseph (1775-1851) Walton bridges c.1806 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne     Births: • Andrews, Julie (1935) • McElhone, Natascha (1969) See also: • Cities | England | UK

Julie Andrews

(1935) Dame Julia Elizabeth Andrews, DBE Filmography as Actress: The Sound of Music 1965 Director: Robert Wise Starring: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer     Torn Curtain 1966 Director: Alfred Hitchcock Starring: Paul Newman, Julie Andrews     Victor/Victoria 1982 Director: Blake Edwards…

Joseph Mallord William Turner

(1775–1851) The artist’s works: The Villa of Maecenas at Tivoli c.1794–1797 National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa Copy of Poussin’s Landscape 1799 Tate Britain, London Christ Crowned with Thorns, after Titian 1802 Tate Britain, London Mars and Venus, after Guercino 1802 Tate Britain, London The…

Canaletto

(1697–1768) Giovanni Antonio Canal The artist’s works: Piazza San Marco late 1720s Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Paesaggio con rovine c.1721–1722 Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford Canal Grande da San Vio, Venezia 1723–1724 Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid La Dogana a Venezia c.1724–1730 Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna…