But Turner, along with Constable and Bonington, began putting character into landscapes.
Bonington trotted off triumphant, leaving Richard to his bitter wrath.
With these words his friend and comrade, the great Eugne Delacroix, drew the portrait of Bonington.
He showed me a Bonington water colour which he had picked up for a song.
The two ugly little square windows (Bonington in his picture in the Louvre makes them three) probably also were added then.
She stopped in the gallery in front of a small picture—a charming and precious Bonington—upon which her eyes rested a long time.
Bonington excelled in landscape, marine, and figure subjects.
They have it equally for Bonington, whose technique is inspired by the same observations as their own.
The romantic movement, with Gricault, Bonington and Delacroix, was gaining favour.