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"Capturing the Power: Stormy Weather Unleashes its Fury" St. Mary's Lighthouse and St

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: St. Marys Lighthouse and St. Marys Island in stormy weather, near Whitley Bay

St. Marys Lighthouse and St. Marys Island in stormy weather, near Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Emerald Lake in the Canadian Rockies, British Columbia, Canada. Canoa at sunset

Emerald Lake in the Canadian Rockies, British Columbia, Canada. Canoa at sunset

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: The Inchcape Rock, 1908, (c1930). Creator: Peter Graham

The Inchcape Rock, 1908, (c1930). Creator: Peter Graham
The Inchcape Rock, 1908, (c1930). Illustration to a ballad of the same name by Robert Southey, published in 1802. A warning bell for shipping had been installed on a dangerous sandstone reef off

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Porthleven, Cornwall, England, UK

Porthleven, Cornwall, England, UK

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Nichiren Calming the Storm, 19th century. Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Nichiren Calming the Storm, 19th century. Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Nichiren Calming the Storm, 19th century

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Summer Squall, 1877. Creator: Winslow Homer

Summer Squall, 1877. Creator: Winslow Homer
Summer Squall, 1877. Summer Squall was inspired by a sudden storm Homer observed from his studio at Prouts Neck, Maine. Thick strokes of white paint suggest the foaming water violently surging over

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: 'The Ramsgate Life-boat: Morning after a Heavy Gale - Weather Moderating'...by E.W Cooke. R.A

"The Ramsgate Life-boat: Morning after a Heavy Gale - Weather Moderating"...by E.W Cooke. R.A
"The Ramsgate Life-boat: Morning after a Heavy Gale - Weather Moderating" - from the picture by E.W Cooke. R.A. 1864. Engraving of a painting

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Beach Picture, 1638 (oil on canvas)

Beach Picture, 1638 (oil on canvas)
8711998 Beach Picture, 1638 (oil on canvas) by Goyen, Jan Josephsz van (1596-1656); Nivaagaards Malerisamling, Niva, Denmark; (add.info.: By Jan van Goyen)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A merchant ship derails in the calm that follows the storm. Watercolor (34.4x44.5 cm)

A merchant ship derails in the calm that follows the storm. Watercolor (34.4x44.5 cm) by Clarkson Stanfield (1793-1867)
MMM5483427 A merchant ship derails in the calm that follows the storm. Watercolor (34.4x44.5 cm) by Clarkson Stanfield (1793-1867), 19th century

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: The timber ship was caught in a storm and the monks went to its aid in small boats (litho)

The timber ship was caught in a storm and the monks went to its aid in small boats (litho)
8653392 The timber ship was caught in a storm and the monks went to its aid in small boats (litho) by Speed, Lancelot (1860-1931); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: The Charge of Cuirassiers at Rezonville, 1870 (colour litho)

The Charge of Cuirassiers at Rezonville, 1870 (colour litho)
8661445 The Charge of Cuirassiers at Rezonville, 1870 (colour litho) by Morot, Aime Nicolas (1850-1913) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Charge of Cuirassiers at Rezonville, 1870)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Storm at Nervi (engraving)

Storm at Nervi (engraving)
8648890 Storm at Nervi (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Storm at Nervi. Illustration for The Riviera by Hugh Macmillan (Virtue)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Charity (chromolitho)

Charity (chromolitho)
8635412 Charity (chromolitho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Charity, man and woman clinging to a rock in a storm)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: 'Save us, We Perish' (colour litho)

"Save us, We Perish" (colour litho)
8668097 "Save us, We Perish" (colour litho) by Lawson, John (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: "Save us)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Sea Adventure: The wreck of the 'Indian Chief' (colour litho)

Sea Adventure: The wreck of the "Indian Chief" (colour litho)
8668760 Sea Adventure: The wreck of the "Indian Chief" (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Sailing near a rocky coastline, two ships and a coastal fishing boat are caught up in the hustle

Sailing near a rocky coastline, two ships and a coastal fishing boat are caught up in the hustle
MMM5459765 Sailing near a rocky coastline, two ships and a coastal fishing boat are caught up in the hustle and bustle of the waves and the storm, around a cliff side; National Maritime Museum

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A Dutch ship and a galleon run aground on a rocky coast in the storm

A Dutch ship and a galleon run aground on a rocky coast in the storm. Oil on wood, by Jan Peeters (1624-1677)
MMM5459751 A Dutch ship and a galleon run aground on a rocky coast in the storm. Oil on wood, by Jan Peeters (1624-1677). by Peeters, Jan (c.1624-80); National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: The shipwreck of the ship Amsterdam, two ships smashing into rocks on the high seas during a storm

The shipwreck of the ship Amsterdam, two ships smashing into rocks on the high seas during a storm
MMM5459303 The shipwreck of the ship Amsterdam, two ships smashing into rocks on the high seas during a storm by Wieringen, Cornelis Claesz van (c.1580-1633); National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Dutch fishing boats caught in a big breeze, a smaller boat, sails down, on the right

Dutch fishing boats caught in a big breeze, a smaller boat, sails down, on the right, with fishermen pulling the nets
MMM5459269 Dutch fishing boats caught in a big breeze, a smaller boat, sails down, on the right, with fishermen pulling the nets by Goderis, Hans (c.1600-1642); National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Pottery vessel representing the Storm God of the Aztecs

Pottery vessel representing the Storm God of the Aztecs
3330167 Pottery vessel representing the Storm God of the Aztecs; (add.info.: Pottery vessel representing the Storm God of the Aztecs, known as Tlaloc)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: The life of a sailor, c.1860 (coloured lithograph)

The life of a sailor, c.1860 (coloured lithograph)
7342013 The life of a sailor, c.1860 (coloured lithograph) by Hanhart, Michael (19th century); 35x24.3 cm; National Maritime Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: Creator: M. & N. Hanhart; Leoni Lee & Co)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A youthful hero (engraving)

A youthful hero (engraving)
8672595 A youthful hero (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A youthful hero, young man steering a ship in a storm)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A Storm in a Teacup (colour litho)

A Storm in a Teacup (colour litho)
8638856 A Storm in a Teacup (colour litho) by Pettie, John (1839-93) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Storm in a Teacup)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: At Brighton (colour litho)

At Brighton (colour litho)
8655838 At Brighton (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: At Brighton. Stormy waves lash the beach at Brighton, East Sussex)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Scene from King Lear (litho)

Scene from King Lear (litho)
8655659 Scene from King Lear (litho) by Green, Henry Hawes Craven (1837-1910); Private Collection; (add.info.: Scene from Shakespeare's King Lear (Act III, Scene 2)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Labrador Coast, c.1860 (oil on canvas)

Labrador Coast, c.1860 (oil on canvas)
XOS5877254 Labrador Coast, c.1860 (oil on canvas) by Bradford, William (1823-92); 46x76.5 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: by William Bradford)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A boat caught in a turbulent sea, with boats fleeing the gale in the distance and, on the right

A boat caught in a turbulent sea, with boats fleeing the gale in the distance and, on the right
MMM5459315 A boat caught in a turbulent sea, with boats fleeing the gale in the distance and, on the right, rocks emerge from the water. Oil on wood, around 1620, by Cornelisz Verbeecq (1590-1637)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A fishing boat with two masts (hooker) in turbulent seas, squeezed into a passage surrounded by a

A fishing boat with two masts (hooker) in turbulent seas, squeezed into a passage surrounded by a coastline of steep
MMM5459271 A fishing boat with two masts (hooker) in turbulent seas, squeezed into a passage surrounded by a coastline of steep rocks. Oil on wood, around 1620, by Julius Porcellis (1609-1645)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A Dutch ship sinking on a rocky coast, its mast and main mast have already been torn off

A Dutch ship sinking on a rocky coast, its mast and main mast have already been torn off
MMM5459579 A Dutch ship sinking on a rocky coast, its mast and main mast have already been torn off, and the last one is out of control

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Corfu, Octr. 12th 1857 [Greece], 1857 (watercolour)

Corfu, Octr. 12th 1857 [Greece], 1857 (watercolour)
7342288 Corfu, Octr. 12th 1857 [Greece], 1857 (watercolour) by Fanshawe, Admiral Sir Edward Gennys (1814-1906); 22.8x32.1 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: The loss of the Royal Mail steam ship Amazon, 1850

The loss of the Royal Mail steam ship Amazon, 1850
3478514 The loss of the Royal Mail steam ship Amazon, 1850; (add.info.: Illustration depicting the loss of the Royal Mail steam ship Amazon on her maiden voyage)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho)

Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho)
8630778 Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho) by Foster, William (1852-1924); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A Moment of Peril (chromolitho)

A Moment of Peril (chromolitho)
8672577 A Moment of Peril (chromolitho) by Hemy, Thomas Marie Madawaska (1852-1937) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Moment of Peril. fishermen struggling with a sail in a storm)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Xerxes Fleet destroyed by a Storm (litho)

Xerxes Fleet destroyed by a Storm (litho)
8660800 Xerxes Fleet destroyed by a Storm (litho) by King, Cecil (1881-1942); Private Collection; (add.info.: Xerxes Fleet destroyed by a Storm)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Siege of Constantinople by the Turks (litho)

Siege of Constantinople by the Turks (litho)
8661156 Siege of Constantinople by the Turks (litho) by Valda, John Harris (1874-1942); Private Collection; (add.info.: Siege of Constantinople by the Turks)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Stool, Store, Stork, Storm, Stove, Strop, Stump, Sweep, Swine, Swing, Sword, Teeth (engraving)

Stool, Store, Stork, Storm, Stove, Strop, Stump, Sweep, Swine, Swing, Sword, Teeth (engraving)
8650022 Stool, Store, Stork, Storm, Stove, Strop, Stump, Sweep, Swine, Swing, Sword, Teeth (engraving) by German School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Stool, Store, Stork)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Clearing Up 1875 (Oil on canvas)

Clearing Up 1875 (Oil on canvas)
8766619 Clearing Up 1875 (Oil on canvas) by Inness, George Snr. (1825-94); 51.4x76.2 cm; High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; © High Museum of Art

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Shipwreck in a storm near a rocky coastline. Oil on canvas, mid-17th century by Pieter Mulier II

Shipwreck in a storm near a rocky coastline. Oil on canvas, mid-17th century by Pieter Mulier II the Younger
MMM5459840 Shipwreck in a storm near a rocky coastline. Oil on canvas, mid-17th century by Pieter Mulier II the Younger (or Pietro Mulieribus or Pietro Cavaliere Tempesta) (1637-1701)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Stormy sea crashing over the pier, showing small fishing boats caught in the storm

Stormy sea crashing over the pier, showing small fishing boats caught in the storm
MMM5459774 Stormy sea crashing over the pier, showing small fishing boats caught in the storm. Oil on canvas by Jacob Isaakszoon van Ruisdael (Ruysdael) (1628-1682)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A Dutch trading ship to the East Indies lets two herring fishing boats pass

A Dutch trading ship to the East Indies lets two herring fishing boats pass
MMM5459501 A Dutch trading ship to the East Indies lets two herring fishing boats pass. Oil painting, mid-17th century, by Bonaventura Peeters (1614-1652)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Yacht in strong wind, attempting to join a group of Dutch ships

Yacht in strong wind, attempting to join a group of Dutch ships, probably the assembly of the Dutch fleet off Texel
MMM5459887 Yacht in strong wind, attempting to join a group of Dutch ships, probably the assembly of the Dutch fleet off Texel (Holland) in 1672 by Velde, Willem van de

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A Dutch ship in the storm, in front of a cliff, topped by fortified buildings

A Dutch ship in the storm, in front of a cliff, topped by fortified buildings
MMM5459605 A Dutch ship in the storm, in front of a cliff, topped by fortified buildings. Oil on canvas, by Matthieu van Plattenberg (1608-1660)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A Dutch ship rushes down a rocky coastline, during a storm, the figures in the boat are depicted

A Dutch ship rushes down a rocky coastline, during a storm, the figures in the boat are depicted in an urgent attempt
MMM5459595 A Dutch ship rushes down a rocky coastline, during a storm, the figures in the boat are depicted in an urgent attempt to straighten the boat's course; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: A fishing boat caught in a storm near a rocky coast, with a shipwreck

A fishing boat caught in a storm near a rocky coast, with a shipwreck. Oil on canvas by Jacob Adriaensz Bellevois
MMM5459723 A fishing boat caught in a storm near a rocky coast, with a shipwreck. Oil on canvas by Jacob Adriaensz Bellevois (1621-1675). by Bellevois, Jacob Adriaensz

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Montclair, New Jersey, c.1878 (oil on canvas)

Montclair, New Jersey, c.1878 (oil on canvas)
XOS5874149 Montclair, New Jersey, c.1878 (oil on canvas) by Inness, George Snr. (1825-94); 46.5x60.5 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: By George Inness)

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Diagram of Meteorology, displaying the various phenomena of the atmosphere, 1846-60 (engraving)

Diagram of Meteorology, displaying the various phenomena of the atmosphere, 1846-60 (engraving)
7340562 Diagram of Meteorology, displaying the various phenomena of the atmosphere, 1846-60 (engraving) by Reynolds, James (fl.c.1846-60) & Emslie

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Letter O: Storm, 1868 (engraving)

Letter O: Storm, 1868 (engraving)
DUV4217306 Letter O: Storm, 1868 (engraving); (add.info.: Engraving by Francois Pannemaker (1822-1900) in " Le premier livre des petits enfants" Full alphabet illustrative by Theophile

Background imageStormy Weather Collection: Christ Stilling the Tempest, St Mark iv, 39 (engraving)

Christ Stilling the Tempest, St Mark iv, 39 (engraving)
8645975 Christ Stilling the Tempest, St Mark iv, 39 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Christ Stilling the Tempest, St Mark iv, 39)



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"Capturing the Power: Stormy Weather Unleashes its Fury" St. Mary's Lighthouse and St. Mary's Island stand tall amidst the tumultuous stormy weather near Whitley Bay, showcasing nature's raw power. Peter Graham's painting "The Inchcape Rock" transports us to a tempestuous sea, reminding us of the relentless force of stormy weather. Utagawa Kuniyoshi's masterpiece "Nichiren Calming the Storm" depicts an ancient tale where even storms bow down before inner peace and resilience. Porthleven in Cornwall, England experiences fierce stormy weather as waves crash against its shores, creating a breathtaking spectacle of nature's might. Gustave Dore's artwork "A Canyon" takes on an eerie beauty under darkened skies, highlighting how they are transform landscapes into dramatic vistas. Henry Moore captures the intensity of rough Mediterranean weather in his painting "Rough Weather in the Mediterranean, " revealing both danger and awe-inspiring grandeur. Charles Napier Hemy portrays a brave crew battling through treacherous waters in his piece "The Crew, " illustrating their unwavering determination amidst stormy conditions. Whitehaven harbor in Cumbria bears witness to ferocious storm waves from an extreme low-pressure system, demonstrating how coastal communities face nature’s wrath head-on. Emerald Lake at sunset reflects both tranquility and turbulence as storm clouds gather over the Canadian Rockies, showcasing contrasting elements within one captivating scene. Carrapateira cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean become a theater for wild winds and crashing waves during bouts of intense stormy weather - nature displaying its untamed side with grace. The vast plains of holm oaks in Noudar region, Alentejo Portugal are transformed by raging storms that sweep across them; reminding us that even serene landscapes can be at the mercy of tempestuous weather.