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Beyond the Bastille: Turner in Grenoble

Abstract : As a geographer and with the supply of the numeric tools by internet for teledetection, the author was allowed to identify the real landscapes of two watercolours made by the painter William Turner during his travels in France ( property of Manchester Art Gallery): 119.115:"Alpine landscape", represents "The Bastille in Grenoble from the valley of the Isère" up the river 1947.1"Sisteron seen from the North" is also "The Bastille in Grenoble from the village of La Tronche"
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Roland Courtot. Beyond the Bastille: Turner in Grenoble. Turner Society News, Cecilia Powell, 2008, pp.4-6. ⟨hal-01719036⟩

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