Suzanne Lloyd by John Constable

The genre of the portrait was not popular with Constable, in his entire life he painted only a few portraits. The portrait of the daughter-in-law of the Birmingham banker, Charles

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Cirrhous clouds by John Constable

“It’s hard to imagine a landscape in which the sky does not play a major role, it determines the scale of the landscape and best conveys the atmosphere of the

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Pier in Brighton by John Constable

Constable was experiencing ambivalent feelings for Brighton. Two of his visits to this city – in 1824 and 1828 – were associated with the serious illness of his wife Maria.

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Bread field by John Constable

This famous painting shows a rural road leading from East Bergholt to Dedham. As a child, the future artist passed this road every day – to school and from school.

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Hadley Castle by John Constable

In late work Constable has romantic motifs – ruins, stormy conditions of nature. The appearance in the works of ruins, which usually symbolize the frailty of being, may be related

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