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Hannibal and his Army crossing the Alps Exh. Farington Diary 10, 11, 13, 14 and 15 April ; Ruskin —12, iii, p.
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Thomas Sadler, Diary, Reminiscences and Correspondence,i, p. In vain each pass, ensanguin'd deep with dead, Or rocky fragments, wide destruction roll'd. Hannibal's crossing was a common source of Nature near romantics and proto-Romantic inspiration.
Mrs Radcliffe's The Mysteries of Udolpho,describes the scene later painted by Turner, who was probably also inspired by the lost oil painting by J. Cozens, which passed through the sale rooms in Cozens' painting, however, showed the later, more hopeful moment when Hannibal showed his troops the fertile plains of Italy.
Here Turner not only shows the hazards of the crossing but hints at the enervating effect of Italian luxury: On his visit to Paris in Turner had visited David's studio and seen his picture of Napoleon on the St Bernard Pass in which Napoleon was shown as the modern Hannibal repr.
More immediate stimuli may, as Matteson suggests, have been the arrival of a Tyrolese delegation in London late in to ask for help in their resistance against Napoleon, and Walter Fawkes's The Chronology of the History of Modern Europe, published inwhich treated of Napoleon.
These could well have aroused the parallel in Turner's mind between Hannibal's failure and the hoped for eventual failure of Napoleon's enterprises. In addition The Artist's Repository had in appealed for treatments of the theme of Hannibal based on drawings made on the spot.
The association with Fawkes also adds substance to the well-known story that another source of inspiration for this picture was a storm seen at his patron Walter Fawkes' house, Farnley Hall in Yorkshire, in According to Fawkes' son, Hawkesworth, Turner even foresaw the use he would make of his sketch: Calcott [sic] came and remarked that Turner had sd.
That if this picture were not placed under the line He wd. Here it appeared to the greatest advantage,—a scene of confusion and injuring the effect of the whole of that part of the arrangement.
We therefore determined to replace it which was done. I did not meet Calcott Whilst we were at dinner Turner came and took a little only having dined early. I told him we had had much difficulty abt.
Howard assured Him it was seen there to better advantage, but He persisted in saying that if it were not to be placed below the line He would take it away; that as He saw us chearfully seated He would not now mention His intention to us, but would come on Monday morning [this was Saturday] to have the matter finally determined.
He then went away. I then proposed to place His picture at the head of the new room which was agreed toPublished: Mon, 5 Dec Romanticism as a trend in art and literature of England emerged in the 90th of XVIII century. Romanticism in England took shape earlier than in other Western European countries, it had its vivid specificity and individualism.
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(BOTTOM LEVEL) Between the coconut trees, on a white sand beach touching the Caribbean Sea, stands the. For Turner, the figure of Hannibal – here leading his armies to attack Italy – had powerful associations with Napoleon. These connections had been explicitly drawn in an official portrait of Napoleon about to lead his own armies across the St Bernard Pass.
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