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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

The Cornfield
The Glebe Farm
The Harvest Field
The Hay Wain
The Leaping Horse
The Valley Farm
The White Horse
The Young Waltonians - Stratford Mill
Tree Trunks
View of Dedham
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