Competition: Turner and the Sea tickets

Win exhibition tickets and JMW Turner-inspired goodies, courtesy of the National Maritime Museum.

JMW Turner, Rockets and Blue Lights (close at Hand) to warn Steam-Boats of Shoal-Water, 1840 © Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Photo by Michael Agee

JMW Turner, Rockets and Blue Lights (close at Hand) to warn Steam-Boats of Shoal-Water, 1840

The National Maritime Museum's current exhibition, Turner and the Sea, is an exploration of JMW Turner's life-long obsession with the sea. It charts the changes in attitude to the sea through the artist's work; from the heroic scenes painted during the Napoleonic wars to the beginning of Britain’s decline as a sea-faring nation.

In partnership with the Museum, we're giving away two tickets to the exhibition, plus a goodie bag containing a Turner bag, badge and signed copy of the catalogue. For the chance to win, just answer this question: which Kentish seaside town did Turner visit and paint throughout his life?

Send your answer to comp@artfund.org by Friday 28 February by 5.30pm – please include your name and address.

The exhibition is on until 21 April 2014. Get 50% off entry with the National Art Pass.

Download the competition terms and conditions.

 

Venue details

National Maritime Museum Romney Road, Greenwich London SE10 9NF 020 8312 6608 www.rmg.co.uk/national-maritime-museum

Entry details

50% off with National Art Pass

Daily, 10am – 5pm (6pm during summer holidays)

Closed 24 – 26 Dec

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