John Martin, “The Great Day of His Wrath,” 1851–3, Tate

Tate Britain
21 September 2011–15 January 2012

John Martin (1789–1854) was a key figure in the nineteenth-century art world, renowned for his dramatic scenes of apocalyptic destruction and biblical catastrophe. Tate Britain’s major exhibition will be the first show dedicated to his paintings for over 30 years, and the largest display of his works seen in public since 1822.

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