John Constable & British Landscape Painting

A personal journey to the places where Constable painted

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‘The Hay Wain’ (1821) by John Constable. The National Gallery, London. Source Wikimedia Commons
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Detail of ‘The Hay Wain’ (1821) by John Constable. The National Gallery, London. Source Wikimedia Commons
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Flatford Mill (Scene on a Navigable River) by John Constable, 1816–17, Tate Britain. Source Wikimedia Commons
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Old Sarum, by John Constable, 1834. Watercolour. Victoria and Albert Museum. Source Wikimedia Commons
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Willy Lott’s House from the Stour (The Valley Farm), by John Constable, 1816–18. Source Wikimedia Commons
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Flatford Mill, photographed in 2010, where John Constable painted his famous work The Hay Wain. Source Wikimedia Commons
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‘The Hay Wain’ (1821) by John Constable. The National Gallery, London. Source Wikimedia Commons
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