Through the description of turbine facing the surge of storm clouds ahead, Turner recreated the unique modern view of life. He not only portrayed the new invention at the stage of the steam, but also suggested his new invention having a sublime heroism. In the right bottom of the painting, J.M.W. Turner RA was signed. The use of a large number of white depicted the cloud and mist, making the Isle of Staffa and the island cave partly hidden and partly visible. The contrast of the Isle of Staffa and steam ship on the right side and the sun made the whole painting balanced and coordinated.
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