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John Constable
Selected Works



"...I am anxious that the world should be inclined to look to painters for information on painting. I hope to show that ours is a regularly taught profession; that it is scientific as well as poetic; that imagination alone never did, and never can, produce works that are to stand by a comparison with realities; and to show, by tracing the connecting links in the history of landscape painting, that no great painter was ever self-taught."
- From his Lecture 3, 9 June 1836

Selected Works

Cottage, Rainbow, Mill
Dedham Lock and Mill
Dedham Vale
Dedham Vale Morning
East Bergholt Rectory
Evening Landscape at East Bergholt
Flatford Mill
Flatford Mill from the Lock
Golding Constable's Flower Garden
Golding Constable's Kitchen Garden
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