Constable-s England

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Constable’s England

John Constable (1776-1837), one of the world’s great landscape artists, was a man who never traveled outside his own country. Even in England the scenes he chose to paint were mainly those with which he was associated by ties of family or friendship. To a greater extent than with most artists, the history of Constable’s subject matter is the history of his life.

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