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    EBOOK / PDF [Will Tom] Superb and very very funny Great story line wry erudite and comedic Loved the curmudgeony workhorse who is the young 20 going on 40 Turner so ill at ease amongst the corrupt shannigans of the upper classes If you liked Andrew Miller's

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    Read Will Tom EBOOK / PDF [Will Tom] Matthew Plampin ê 7 Download 35 starsConsigned to a poky room in Harewood House to his mind the casket chamber Will Turner readies himself to perform the task for which he has been hired ie several drawings of Harewood House and environ He braces himself for the bowing and scraping that he'll have to do in spite of the honours already received at his young age to gain the Lascelles family's patronageHarewood House attributionHe soon dis

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    EBOOK / PDF [Will Tom] In August 1797 young Will Turner having earned a reputation as an architectural draughtsman is invited by Beau Lascelles the son of the owner to visit Harewood House with the object of preparing sketches from which he would subseuently produce paintings of the country houseBut once there Turner finds things not uite as he expected

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    EBOOK / PDF [Will Tom] Free download Ç eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Matthew Plampin Really enjoyed this book than I thought I would when I first picked it up I didn't know much about JMW Turner who is the titular Will or the l

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    Read Will Tom EBOOK / PDF [Will Tom] 45 starsWill Tom centres around several days where artist Will Turner at the start of his career was completing a commission at Harewood House T

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    EBOOK / PDF [Will Tom] An interesting story of what might have happened if the artists Turner and Girton had met at Harewood Hall A funn

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    Read Will Tom Matthew Plampin ê 7 Download EBOOK / PDF [Will Tom] Worth reading but did find the young JMW Turner decidedly irritating Not the best way to feel about the main char

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    Free download Ç eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Matthew Plampin EBOOK / PDF [Will Tom] Matthew Plampin ê 7 Download Will Turner arrives at Harewood House in the summer of 1797 in a turbulent frame of mind His invitation from ‘Beau’ Lascelles the eldest son of Baron Harewood could be the beginning of something big Will’s talent has been noted by his contemporaries and by the press Now he might be able to win the greatest prize of all an understanding patron On the other hand in order to achieve said prize Will is goin

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    Read Will Tom Matthew Plampin ê 7 Download EBOOK / PDF [Will Tom] ‘If Girton had lived I should have starved’ said JMW Turner of his contemporary This work of fiction could actually have happened had Will Turner and Tom Girton visited Harewood House Lascelles family pile at the same time Plampin brings the contrasting characters and work of the two young poor artists vivi

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    Free download Ç eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Matthew Plampin EBOOK / PDF [Will Tom] Matthew Plampin ê 7 Download This was my second Matthew Plampin book Although at times the plot was very slow his descriptions of the process of making art and of the nature that inspired it were truly beautiful if not poetic Of course the time at Ha

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Will Tom Download Í eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Is strange both above and below stairs and Will's treatment by his hosts is surprisingly offhand Most perplexing of all however is the appearance of another painter his childhood friend and now rival Tom Girtin While Tom is welcomed into the aristocratic circle Will finds few allies As it becomes harder to ignore the whisper. An interesting story of what might have happened if the artists Turner and Girton had met at Harewood Hall A funny and lively yarn that makes you want to know about both artists

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Will Tom Download Í eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB S of scandal Will witnesses something that will threaten both his commission and his friendshipAlive with intrigue and rivalry 'Will Tom' offers a glimpse into the early life of Britain's greatest painter JMW Turner through the story of a complicated vibrant friendship and how it is tested by the dark dynamic of art and powe. Worth reading but did find the young JMW Turner decidedly irritating Not the best way to feel about the main character

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Will Tom Download Í eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB West Yorkshire 1797When rising artist Will Turner arrives at Harewood House in high summer his intention is to sketch the house and grounds receive his commission and return to London where he has started attracting serious attention at the Royal AcademyBut things at the grand house are not uite as he expects The atmosphere. 35 starsConsigned to a poky room in Harewood House to his mind the casket chamber Will Turner readies himself to perform the task for which he has been hired ie several drawings of Harewood House and environ He braces himself for the bowing and scraping that he ll have to do in spite of the honours already received at his young age to gain the Lascelles family s patronageHarewood House attributionHe soon discovers that he is not the only invited artist but that his friend Tom Girtin is also present and is in fact competing against him Both artists are a project of Beau Lascelles a fact that does not sit well with Turner Will is perplexed and confounded by the treatment he receives and angry that Tom has a comfortable upstairs room near the family members whilst Will has a cramped space amongst the servants Two friends two artists both of a similar background but being treated very differently Very odd indeed Family guests and servants alike behave in an extraordinary manner Meanwhile all Will wants to do is workIn this fanciful take of a possible joint visit to Harewood House there are various shenanigans and nefarious goings on in which Will becomes and embroiled much against his own instincts There is an hilarious incident in which Will nervously stuffs his mouth so full that he cannot chew and struggles to swallow a metaphor perhaps for having taken on than he could chew by accepting the commission at Harewood House not in terms of artistic prowess but about fitting into that social sphere I had initially intended a higher rating but unfortunately the plot eventually loses credibility and becomes sillyFor the most part I enjoyed the portrayal of William Turner and having seen the film Mr Turner I could not help seeing actor Timothy Spall s face and hearing his voice as I read a testament to his memorable portrayal of the artistIt is a novel about artists friendship and class distinction It also references slavery as the Lascelles family s fortune was made from the slavery trade Some extracts He itches to tell her that he has never never once in his life received undeserved praise and name some of the notable connoisseurs and newspaper critics who have singled out William Turner for special attentionBurying his puzzlement he thinks only of the conversation he might make Nothing comes though no topics no opportunities The company moves seamlessly from one society scandal to the next an animated parade of disclosures dropped names and allusions interspersed with peals of nasty laughter He forces a grin at a couple of Beau s jokes and even at one of Mr Purkiss s feeling a pinch of self loathing as he does soThe heat is staggering rather like being slowly poached within your clothes a salty human mist clouds the air and the very walls are stippled with moisture as if they are sweating along with the multitude they contain This suffocating atmosphere positively throbs with flattery and forced laughterHe looks now and by God it is achingly fine A full moon lies against the sky like a new shilling Around it in every direction the clouds are in retreat dark trailing strands wispily thin banished by the great brightness behind The landscape below the rocks and winding hedgerows and patches of woodland is coloured through a scale of silver white to blackish blue but he observes a note of gold as well where the moon s influence is strongest a faint corona that projects earthwards lending a warm contour to a range of distant hilltopsAnd laid before them soaring above them is the heart stopping fullness of the dawn Sunlight rakes over a mountainous array of clouds The giant forms are clear and crisp tinted with silvery pinks and bordered with a line of burnished copper Beyond is a mighty sweep of colour ranging from deep indigo and vermillion through to a celestial yellow white the transition impossibly smooth The effect is one of inestimable distance of unfathomable scale of infinity so awful and elatingThey approach weaving and slurring yet also markedly sombre like a well oiled funerary procession that has mislaid its coffin Notes Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775 1851 In his Historical Note the author states In this period watercolour paintings were commonly referred to as drawings and watercolour brushes as pencils this was partly to distinguish them from paintings in oil which was considered the far superior medium Tom Girtin 1775 1802Talking about Tom Girtin the author states He d been to Harewood in 1796 and would go again in 1799 1800 and perhaps 1801 as well but it has never been established that he was there at the same time as Turner About the Author Matthew Plampin was born in 1975 and lives in London He completed a PhD at the Courtauld Institute of Art and has written and lectured on nineteenth century art and architecture He is the author of three previous novels Illumination The Street Philosopher and The Devil s Acre

  • Hardcover
  • 330
  • Will Tom
  • Matthew Plampin
  • English
  • 08 January 2020
  • 9780007560868