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The Manton Collection of British Art

The Manton Collection of British Art, which includes more than two hundred paintings, drawings, and prints by Gainsborough, Constable, Turner, and others, was the creation of business leader and arts patron Sir Edwin A. G. Manton (1909–2005) and his wife Florence, Lady Manton (1911–2003). Born in Essex County, just twenty miles from "Constable Country" in the east of England, Sir Edwin arrived in New York in 1933 to help lead the development of the American International Group. He lived the remainder of his life in the United States, though his love of British art, which he and his wife began collecting in the 1940s, was testimony to his continued devotion to his native country.

Sir Edwin was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 1994 for his generous contributions to the Tate Gallery in London (now Tate Britain). Through it all, his appetite for collecting art never diminished. "I am a compulsive buyer," he once observed. "It's better than spending your money on bottles of Scotch." This magnificent collection, a gift from the Manton Foundation in 2007, constitutes the most significant acquisition of art by the Clark since its founding in 1955 and perfectly complements the Clark's outstanding holdings of nineteenth-century French and American art.


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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Liber Studiorum
1806–19
Sixty of the first seventy published etchings and mezzotints, bound in a collector's album

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Frontspiece, plate 1 from Liber Studiorum
May, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
186 x 263 mm (image); 210 x 293 mm (plate); 290 x 435 mm (sheet)
Finberg 1 i/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Bridge and Cows, plate 2 from Liber Studiorum
June 11, 1807
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
180 x 261.5 mm (image); 205 x 282 mm (plate); 292 x 420 mm (sheet)
Finberg 2 ii/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
The Woman and the Tambourine, plate 3 from Liber Studiorum
June 11, 1807
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
181 x 263 mm (image); 203 x 289 mm (plate); 291.5 x 427 mm (sheet)
Finberg 3 ii/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Scene on the French Coast, plate 4 form Liber Studiorum
June 11, 1807
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
180 x 256 mm (image); 206 x 286 mm (plate); 298 x 408 mm (sheet)
Finberg 4 ii/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Basle, plate 5 from Liber Studiorum
June 11, 1807
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
182 x 257 mm (image); 206 x 281 mm (plate); 294 x 407 mm (sheet)
Finberg 5 ii/vi

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Jason, plate 6 from Liber Studiorum
June 11, 1807
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
180 x 255 mm (image); 206 x 287 mm (plate); 290 x 424 mm (sheet)
Finberg 6 iii/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
The Straw Yard, plate 7 from Liber Studiorum
February, 20, 1808
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
181 x 252 mm (image); 206 x 282 mm (plate); 280 x 415 mm (sheet)
Finberg 7 iii/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
The Castle above the Meadows, plate 8 from Liber Studiorum
February, 20, 1808
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
175 x 259 mm (image); 205 x 288 mm (plate); 280 x 409 mm (sheet)
Finberg 8 iii/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Mt. St. Gothard, plate 9 from Liber Studiorum
February, 20, 1808
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
176 x 257 mm (image); 207 x 287 mm (plate); 286 x 414 mm (sheet)
Finberg 9 i/vi

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Ships in a Breeze, plate 10 from Liber Studiorum
February, 20, 1808
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
180 x 257 mm (image); 204 x 289 mm (plate); 285 x 420 mm (sheet)
Finberg 10 iv/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Holy Island Cathedral, plate 11 from Liber Studiorum
February, 20, 1808
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
180 x 257 mm (image); 207 x 288 mm (plate); 297 x 416 mm (sheet)
Finberg 11 i/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Pembury Mill, Kent, plate 12 from Liber Studiorum
June 10, 1808
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
180 x 265 mm (image); 208 x 290 mm (plate); 295 x 425 mm (sheet)
Finberg 12 i/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
The Bridge in Middle Distance, plate 13 from Liber Studiorum
June 10, 1808
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
180 x 260 mm (image); 208 x 288 mm (plate); 290 x 423 mm (sheet)
Finberg 13 i/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Dustanborough Castle, plate 14 from Liber Studiorum
June 10, 1808
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
181 x 262 mm (image); 208 x 289 mm (plate); 289 x 418 mm (sheet)
Finberg 14 i/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Lake of Thun, plate 15 from Liber Studiorum
June 10, 1808
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
181 x 262 mm (image); 208 x 289 mm (plate); 295 x 422 mm (sheet)
Finberg 15 i/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
The Fifth Plague of Egypt, plate 16 from Liber Studiorum
June 10, 1808
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
177 x 255 mm (image); 207 x 287 mm (plate); 291 x 418 mm (sheet)
Finberg 16 i/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
The Farm Yard with the Cock, plate 17 from Liber Studiorum
March 29, 1809
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
178 x 258 mm (image); 208 x 289 mm (plate); 290 x 420 mm (sheet)
Finberg 17 i?/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
The Fall of the Clyde, plate 18 from Liber Studiorum
March 29, 1809
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
180 x 264 mm (image); 208 x 290 mm (plate); 291 x 425 mm (sheet)
Finberg 18 i/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Little Devil's Bridge, plate 19 from Liber Studiorum
March 29, 1809
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
277 x 257 mm (image); 209 x 286 mm (plate); 294 x 422 mm (sheet)
Finberg 19 iii/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
The Leader Sea Piece, plate 20 from Liber Studiorum
March 29, 1809
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
175 x 255 mm (image); 209 x 287 mm (plate); 298 x 422 mm (sheet)
Finberg 20 i/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Morpeth, plate 21 from from Liber Studiorum
March 29, 1809
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
175 x 256 mm (image); 206 x 287 mm (plate); 295 x 206 mm (sheet)
Finberg 21 iii/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Juvenile Tricks, plate 22 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
178 x 257 mm (image); 206 x 286 mm (plate); 297 x 431 mm (sheet)
Finberg 22 i/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
The Temple of Minerva Medica, plate 23 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
181 x 264 mm (image); 205 x 287 mm (plate); 299 x 427 mm (sheet)
Finberg 23 i/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Coast of Yorkshire, plate 24 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
177 x 258 mm (image); 206 x 287 mm (plate); 291 x 432 mm (sheet)
Finberg 24 i/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Hind Head Hill, plate 25 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
176 x 258 mm (image); 206 x 287 mm (plate); 293 x 419 mm (sheet)
Finberg 25 ii/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
London from Greenwich, plate 26 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
178 x 264 mm (image); 200 x 288 mm (plate); 287 x 420 mm (sheet)
Finberg 26 ii/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Windmill and Lock, plate 27 from Liber Studiorum
June 1, 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
177 x 257 mm (image); 209 x 289 mm (plate); 299 x 427 mm (sheet)
Finberg 27 i/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Junction of Severn and Wye, plate 28 from Liber Studiorum
June 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
179 x 260 mm (image); 207 x 287 mm (plate); 291 x 429 mm (sheet)
Finberg 28 i/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Marine Dabblers, plate 29 from Liber Studiorum
June 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
178 x 259 mm (image); 208 x 289 mm (plate); 292 x 432 mm (sheet)
Finberg 29 i/ii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Near Blair Athol, plate 30 from Liber Studiorum
June 1, 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
178 x 259 mm (image); 207.5 x 290 mm (plate); 293 x 429 mm (sheet)
Finberg 30 i/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Lauffenbourgh on the Rhine, plate 31 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
274 x 258 mm (image); 201 x 287 mm (plate); 287 x 434 mm (sheet)
Finberg 31 ii/vi

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Young Anglers, plate 32 from Liber Studiorum
June 1, 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
178 x 262 mm (image); 208 x 290 mm (plate); 298 x 429 mm (sheet)
Finberg 32 iii/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
St. Catherine's Hill near Guildford, plate 33 from Liber Studiorum
June 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
185 x 260 mm (image); 211 x 288 mm (plate); 301 x 432 mm (sheet)
Finberg 33 ii/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Martello Towers near Bexhill, Sussex, plate 34 from Liber Studiorum
June 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
185 x 260 mm (image); 211 x 288 mm (plate); 291 x 432 mm (sheet)
Finberg 34 iii/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Inverary Pier, plate 35 from Liber Studiorum
June 1, 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
179 x 260 mm (image); 209 x 289 mm (plate); 298 x 428 mm (sheet)
Finberg 35 iii/vi

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
From Spenser's Fairy Queen, plate 36 from Liber Studiorum
June 1811
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
180 x 260 mm (image); 207 x 289 mm (plate); 300 x 436 mm (sheet)
Finberg 36 iii/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Water Mill, plate 37 from Liber Studiorum
February 1, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
182 x 261 mm (image); 209 x 288 mm (plate); 288 x 429 mm (sheet)
Finberg 37 i/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Scene in the Campagna plate 38 from Liber Studiorum
February 1, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
179 x 261 mm (image); 209 x 287 mm (plate); 295 x 430 mm (sheet)
Finberg 38 i/ii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Crypt of Kirkstall Abbey, plate 39 from Liber Studiorum
February 11, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
180 x 262 mm (image); 208 x 290 mm (plate); 294 x 434 mm (sheet)
Finberg 39 Proof "C"

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
The Mildmay Sea Piece, plate 40 from Liber Studiorum
February 11, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
178 x 262 mm (image); 209 x 292 mm (plate); 290 x 427 mm (sheet)
Finberg 40 ii/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Procris and Cephalus, plate 41 from Liber Studiorum
February 14, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
185 x 264 mm (image); 216 x 290 mm (plate); 297 x 434 mm (sheet)
Finberg 41 ii/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Winchelsea, Sussex, plate 42 from Liber Studiorum
April 23, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
261 x 180 mm (image); 207 x 288 mm (plate); 290 x 428 mm (sheet)
Finberg 42 ii/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
The Bridge and Goats, plate 43 from Liber Studiorum
April 23, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
181 x 253 mm (image); 211 x 290 mm (plate); 293 x 434 mm (sheet)
Finberg 43 iii/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Calm, plate 44 from Liber Studiorum
April 23, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
177 x 261 mm (image); 214 x 302 mm (plate); 295 x 436 mm (sheet)
Finberg 44 iii/vii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Peat Bog, Scotland, plate 45 from Liber Studiorum
April 23, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
178 x 259 mm (image); 207 x 289 mm (plate); 295 x 434 mm (sheet)
Finberg 45 iii/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Rispah, plate 46 from Liber Studiorum
April 23, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
179 x 262 mm (image); 209 x 291 mm (plate); 294 x 439 mm (sheet)
Finberg 46 ii/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Hedging and Ditching, plate 47 from Liber Studiorum
May 23, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
184 x 260 mm (image); 210 x 291 mm (plate); 293 x 431 mm (sheet)
Finberg 47 i/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
River Wye, plate 48 from Liber Studiorum
May 23, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
184 x 264 mm (image); 209 x 291 mm (plate); 293 x 435 mm (sheet)
Finberg 48 i/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Chain of Alps from Genoble to Chamberi, plate 49 from Liber Studiorum
May 23, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
177 x 259 mm (image); 208 x 288 mm (plate); 296 x 435 mm (sheet)
Finberg 49 i/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Mer de Glace, plate 50 from Liber Studiorum
May 23, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
176 x 254 mm (image); 212 x 292 mm (plate); 291 x 440 mm (sheet)
Finberg 50 i/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Rivaux Abbey, plate 51 from Liber Studiorum
May 23, 1812
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
182 x 265 mm (image); 218 x 298 mm (plate); 294 x 435 mm (sheet)
Finberg 51 i/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Solway Moss, plate 52 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1816
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
183 x 267 mm (image); 209 x 290 mm (plate); 293 x 425 mm (sheet)
Finberg 52 iii/v

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Solitude, plate 53 from Liber Studiorum
May 12, 1814
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
176 x 257 mm (image); 205 x 288 mm (plate); 290 x 423 mm (sheet)
Finberg 53 ii/vii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Mill near the Grand Chartreuse, plate 54 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1816
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
188 x 257 mm (image); 207 x 290 mm (plate); 302 x 422 mm (sheet)
Finberg 54 ii/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Entrance of Calais Harbour, plate 55 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1816
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
179 x 269 mm (image); 219 x 302 mm (plate); 293 x 424 mm (sheet)
Finberg 55 iii/vi

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Dumblain Abbey, plate 56 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1816
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
185 x 265 mm (image); 206 x 287 mm (plate); 298 x 416 mm (sheet)
Finberg 56 ii?/iv

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Norham Castle, plate 57 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1816
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
177 x 260 mm (image); 207 x 288 mm (plate); 297 x 424 mm (sheet)
Finberg 57 ii/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Berry Pomeroy Castle, plate 58 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1816
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
194 x 270 mm (image); 214 x 290 mm (plate); 295 x 430 mm (sheet)
Finberg 58 ii/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Ville de Thun, plate 59 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1816
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
178 x 262 mm (image); 206 x 292 mm (plate); 294 x 419 mm (sheet)
Finberg 59 ii/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Source of the Averon, plate 60 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1816
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
289 x 268 mm (image); 215 x 291 mm (plate); 291 x 422 mm (sheet)
Finberg 60 ii/iii

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Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Tenth Plague of Egypt, plate 61 from Liber Studiorum
January 1, 1816
Etching and mezzotint printed in brown inks
176 x 259 mm (image); 208 x 289 mm (plate); 295 x 409 mm (sheet)
Finberg 61 iii/iv

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Attributed to Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Carron Iron Works
Oil on board
13 1/2 x 10 in. (34.3 x 25.4 cm)

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Attributed to Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
Hoolay Deedy, Seringapatam
c. 1800
Watercolor, body color, and pencil on wove paper
16 9/16 x 25 3/4 in. (42.1 x 65.4 cm)

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Circle of Joseph Mallord William Turner
English, 1775–1851
An Extensive Wooded Landscape with Cattle in the Foreground
Pencil and watercolor on paper
12 3/4 x 21 1/4 in. (32.4 x 54 cm)

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Attributed to William Turner
English, 1789–1862
Extensive Landscape from a City across a Bay
Pencil and watercolor heightened with white on buff paper
5 5/8 x 8 3/4 in. (14.3 x 22.2 cm)

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Alfred Vickers
A Wooded Country Landscape with Figures in a Cart
1855
Oil on canvas
23 3/4 x 35 3/4 in. (60.3 x 90.8 cm)

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Hugh "Grecian" Williams
Carne River from Loudoun Castle, Ayrshire
1804
Pencil and watercolor heightened with white
24 1/4 x 36 1/4 in. (61.6 x 67.3 cm)

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Hugh "Grecian" Williams
Castle Campbell, Clackmannanshire
1813
Pencil, pen and brown ink, and watercolor
23 1/2 x 30 3/4 in. (59.7 x 78.1 cm)

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Richard Wilson
English, 1714–1782
On the Banks of the Tiber
1751
Pencil and black and white chalk on laid paper
9 x 8 3/4 in. (22.9 x 22.2 cm)

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English School
A Mountainous Wooded River Landscape with a Waterfall
1824
Pencil, watercolor, and bodycolor with scratching out on paper
9 x 7 1/4 in. (22.9 x 18.4 xm)

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English School
Landscape with Church
Oil on paper mounted on board
1 13/16 x 3 9/16 in. (4.6 x 9 cm)

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English School
Landscape with Windmill
Oil on paper mounted on board
2 x 3 15/16 in. (5.1 x 10 cm)

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English School
Mountain Landscape
Oil on paper mounted on board
1 9/16 x 3 5/8 in. (4 x 9.2 cm)

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English School
An Oak Tree
1833
Pencil and black chalk on gray paper
10 1/2 x 14 3/4 in. (26.7 x 37.5 cm)

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English School
Petersham (recto)
1828
Black and white chalk on blue paper
5 1/2 x 7 1/4 in. (14 x 18.4 cm)

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English School
Tree Study (verso)
1828
Black and white chalk on blue paper
5 1/2 x 7 1/4 in. (14 x 18.4 cm)

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English School
A Ruined Gothic Castle
Pencil on paper
9 1/2 x 13 in. (24.1 x 33 cm)

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