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First exhibition to examine the radical use of colour in JMW Turner's work opens

Turner Contemporary presents JMW Turner: Adventures in Colour, the first exhibition to examine the radical use of colour in Turner?s work. The exhibition features more than 100 works in both oil and watercolour, with the fullest survey of the artist?s watercolours of Margate yet to be shown in the gallery. The show is curated by leading Turner expert and art historian Ian Warrell.
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