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In pictures: Turner Whistler Monet
Whistler Falling Rocket, at Tate Britain
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Tate Britain is holding a joint exhibition of three of Europe's greatest 19th Century artists in the Turner Whistler Monet show. Among the works on show are Whistler's Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket (1875).
Turner - Burning of the House of Lords, at Tate Britain
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The exhibition, which runs from 10 February-15 May, showcases some of the best of the trio's work, including Turner's Burning of the House of Lords and Commons (1835).
Monet Pool of London, at Tate Britain
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Claude Monet, painter of Pool of London (1906), and James Abbot McNeill Whistler were friends and collaborators, both contributing to the development of Impressionism in the 1870s.
Turner San Benedetto, at Tate Britain
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They were great admirers of British artist JMW Turner and his paintings, such as San Benedetto (1843), and drew on his work to create a new movement.
Whistler Lagoon, Venice, at Tate Britain
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The exhibition focuses on views of the River Thames, the Seine and the city of Venice, such as Whistler's Lagoon, Venice (1879-80).
San Giorgio Maggiore, Dusk, at Tate Britain
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Monet's San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk (1908) captures the view of the church near St Mark's Square.
Whistler Wapping, at Tate Britain
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Whistler began work on Wapping in 1860, having moved to the area of London, but did not consider it finished until four years later.
Monet Charing Cross Bridge, overcast weather, at Tate Britain
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Monet, who lived in London around 1870, used Charing Cross Bridge as his inspiration for a number of paintings, experimenting with natural light.
Whistler Nocturne, Battersea Bridge, at Tate Britain
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Whistler used Battersea Bridge to experiment in colour in works such as Nocturne in Blue Gold - Old Battersea Bridge (1872-5).

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