Cathedral in Salisbury by John Constable

In the summer of 1820, Constable, along with his family, visited his friend Archdeacon John Fischer in Salisbury, where, along with many sketches and sketches of Salisbury species, the artist

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Dedham Valley by John Constable

Blocked by a sluice, it winds among the sun-drenched fields and pastures, separated by copses. In the boundless distances, the silhouette of the church tower in the village of Dedham

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Mill in Dedham by John Constable

This landscape is not at all poetic. Instead of heavenly tabernacles, the viewer sees a mill surrounded by farm buildings in front of him. The hedges squinted, the land at

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The Bridges family by John Constable

Like his famous predecessor Gainsborough, Constable always preferred a portrait to a landscape. But just like Gainsborough, he quickly realized that portrait painting could become a much more reliable source

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View of Salisbury by John Constable

English painter John Constable – one of the largest landscape painters of the XIX century. He was born in the East Berg Hall in the miller’s family, he received his

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Old Sarum by John Constable

Constable very seriously experienced the death of his wife Mary. His paintings at this time became gloomy, morose – to match the inner state of the artist. But after a

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Stonehenge by John Constable

At the end of the 1820s, the painter’s creativity comes with a serious turning point. After the death of his wife, which followed in 1828, melancholy and even tragic notes

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Mezzo Tinto by John Constable

Constable several times made attempts to earn money by selling reproductions of his paintings. The fruit of the most famous attempt was the album “The English Landscape”, which included 22

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Corn field by John Constable

The artist rejected traditional norms and patterns, trying to combine in his painting the immediacy of the perception of nature with its deep study. Striving for perfection in the transfer

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Wywenhou Park by John Constable

Spending most of the time in nature, Constable almost dissolved in it, loved it to the pain in his heart, and nature opened up the most secret secrets to the

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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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