- Frosty Morning exhibited 1813, 1813
- Joseph Mallord William Turner
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Despite the austerity of this Yorkshire scene this work was one of Turner’s favourites and perhaps his most personal. The girl in blue is said to be his eldest daughter Evelina and the horse closely resembles his own ‘crop-eared bay’ horse. Despite being much admired by contemporary critics and the public Turner chose not to sell this work. After Turner’s death, artist Claude Monet declared that it had been painted with ‘wide open eyes’.
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