A framed painting of a steam train in the rain by J. M. W. Turner was in the Tenth Doctor's office when he was pretending to be the manager John Smith in 2010 London. (PROSE: Code of the Krillitanes)

A room-divider screen in the Rani's TARDIS, painted in the style of Turner's Eruption of Souffrier, produced mustard gas from the volcano's top to stop intruders. According to the Sixth Doctor, Turner's was "too passionate for the Rani's sterile taste". (TV: The Mark of the Rani, PROSE: The Mark of the Rani)

In June 1816, the Eighth Doctor recognised the year by recalling Turner's paintings of blood-red sunsets, which were common that year due to the eruption of Tambora the year prior. According to the Eighth Doctor, Turner never properly cleaned his paintbrushes. (AUDIO: Mary's Story)

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