Late Constable Hardback Catalogue
One of Britain’s greatest landscape painters, John Constable RA (1776–1837) was brought up in Dedham Vale, the valley of the River Stour in Suffolk. This wonderful new book which accompanies the exhibition at the Royal Academy, features texts by leading authorities on the artist and looks at the freedom of Constable’s late works, recording his enormous contribution to the English landscape tradition.
|Dimensions||19 x 1.5 x 26cm|
|Fabric & material||Hardback|
|No. of Pages||114|
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The eldest son of a wealthy mill owner, John Constable entered the Royal Academy Schools in 1800 at the age of 24, and thereafter committed himself to painting nature out of doors. His ‘six-footers’, such as The Hay Wain and The Leaping Horse, were designed to promote landscape as a subject and to stand out in the Academy’s Annual Exhibition. Despite this he sold few paintings in his lifetime and was elected a Royal Academician late in his career.