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John Constable
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Weymouth Bay: Bowleaze Cove and Jordon Hill
1816-17; English; Romantacism; National Gallery, London
John Constable
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The Hay Wain
1821, represents a nostalgic vision of the English countryside
John Constable
   represents   
Romanticism
English Painter; his cloud studies in the 1820s have notes of the date, time of day and wind and weather conditions written on the back of the artwork
John Constable
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Chain Pier, Brighton
Oil on canvas, 1826-7; Tate Britain, London
John Constable
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The Valley Farm
Oil on canvas, 1835; Tate Britain
John Constable
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Hampstead Heath With a Rainbow
Oil on canvas, 1836; Tate Britain
John Constable
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A Cottage in a Cornfield; 1817; English; Romanticism; National Museum of Wales (Amgueddfa Cymru), U.K.; oil on canvas; 32 x 26 cm
John Constable
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Malvern Hall; 1820-1821; English; Romanticism; The National Gallery, London, England; oil on canvas; 52 x 76 cm
John Constable
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Maria Bicknell; 1816; English; Romanticism; Tate Britain, London, England; oil on canvas; 30 x 25 cm
John Constable
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Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop's Grounds; 1825; English; Romanticism; Frick Collection, New York, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 89 x 112 cm
John Constable
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Wivenhoe Park, Essex; 1816; English; Romanticism; National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 56 x 101 cm






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