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Benjamin Brecknell Turner Gallery

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Choose from 9 pictures in our Benjamin Brecknell Turner collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Southside of Cromer Church, c. 1850s. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
Southside of Cromer Church, c. 1850s. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
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Whitby, c. 1855. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
Whitby, c. 1855. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
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Wedding Group, c. 1852 or 1853. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
Wedding Group, c. 1852 or 1853. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
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Christchurch Gateway, Canterbury, 1854, printed 1857. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
Christchurch Gateway, Canterbury, 1854, printed 1857. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
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Rural Manor, Possibly Bredicot, 1852-54. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
Rural Manor, Possibly Bredicot, 1852-54. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
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Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, Transept, 1852. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, Transept, 1852. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
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Bonchurch, 1850s. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
Bonchurch, 1850s. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
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Pepperharrow Park, Surrey, 1852-54. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
Pepperharrow Park, Surrey, 1852-54. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner
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Scotch Firs, Hawkhurst, 1853. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner (British, 1815-1894)
Scotch Firs, Hawkhurst, 1853. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner (British, 1815-1894)
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Scotch Firs, Hawkhurst, 1853. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner (British, 1815-1894) Featured Image

Scotch Firs, Hawkhurst, 1853. Creator: Benjamin Brecknell Turner (British, 1815-1894)

Scotch Firs, Hawkhurst, 1853. Despite the Industrial Revolution, Benjamin Brecknell Turner portrayed the English countryside as stable, harmonious, and unchanging--a place where nature and humanity coexist in complete harmony. Here the artist captured a pastoral scene in Surrey, combining towering trees, houses, and farm buildings to create a skillful blend of rustic domesticity and charming landscape. Preferring to photograph at an angle, Turner's composition is enlivened by the strong diagonals found in the receding lines of trees, fence, and pathway, which lead the viewer in an orderly progression from foreground to background. According to family tradition, Scotch Firs, Hawkhurst was so admired by Queen Victoria's husband Prince Albert that Turner presented him with a print of the photograph in 1853

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