John Constable

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Study of Clouds and Trees - John Constable paintings Claude Monet, John Constable Paintings, Art Uk, Tree Art, Painting Inspiration, Painting & Drawing, Painting Clouds, Les Oeuvres, Art History

Clouds study with trees1 by John Constable (1776-1837, United Kingdom) | Art Reproductions John Constable

Clouds study with trees1 by John Constable (1776-1837, United Kingdom) | Art Reproductions John Constable | WahooArt.com

Study of the Trunk of an Elm Tree Object: Oil painting Place of origin: Great Britain, UK (painted) Date: ca. 1821 (painted) Artist/Maker: John Constable, born 1776 - died 1837 (artist) Materials and Techniques: Oil on paper Victoria And Albert Museum, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, English Romantic, Thomas Gainsborough, Elm Tree, English Artists, Paintings I Love, Tree Paintings

Study of the Trunk of an Elm Tree | John Constable | V&A Search the Collections

Oil painting, 'Study of the Trunk of an Elm Tree', John Constable, ca. 1821. Museum Number 786-1888.

The windmill sketch 1814 by John Constable Victoria and Albert Museum Landscape Sketch, Landscape Drawings, Landscape Paintings, Moleskine, Easy Drawings, Pencil Drawings, Artist Sketchbook, Sketchbook Inspiration, Drawing Sketches

A Sketchbook by John Constable

Constable filled his pocket sketchbooks with figures and scenery, many of which reappear in his paintings.

The windmill sketch 1814 by John Constable Victoria and Albert Museum Landscape Sketch, Landscape Drawings, Landscape Paintings, Moleskine, Easy Drawings, Pencil Drawings, Artist Sketchbook, Sketchbook Inspiration, Drawing Sketches

A Sketchbook by John Constable

Constable filled his pocket sketchbooks with figures and scenery, many of which reappear in his paintings.

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A Sketchbook by John Constable

Constable filled his pocket sketchbooks with figures and scenery, many of which reappear in his paintings.

John Constable drawing Tree (UK - C) Landscape Drawings, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Pencil Drawings, Art Drawings, Tree Sketches, Nature Drawing, Art Graphique, Gravure

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John Constable, ‘Cloud Study with Verses from Bloomfield’ Seascape Paintings, Landscape Paintings, Painting Clouds, John Constable Paintings, Light Up Words, Moving Clouds, Travel Sketchbook, Art Folder, Old Art

‘Cloud Study with Verses from Bloomfield’, John Constable, 1830s | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Cloud Study with Verses from Bloomfield’, John Constable, 1830s Born at Honington in Suffolk, Robert Bloomfield (1766-1823) was one of the self-taught ‘peasant poets’ of the nineteenth century. Today his verse is all but forgotten, but in his own time he was very popular. His long poem, The Farmer’s Boy 1800, sold over 25,000 copies in three years. Constable greatly admired Bloomfield’s verse, and quoted lines from The Farmer’s Boy when he exhibited ploughing and reaping…

John Constable ‘Cloud Study’, 1822 oil on paper Artwork Lighting, Minimalist Landscape, Tate Britain, Painting Videos, Sky And Clouds, Art Store, Canvas Frame, Painting Frames, Landscape Paintings

‘Cloud Study’, John Constable, 1822 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Cloud Study’, John Constable, 1822 Constable’s oil studies of skies show a remarkable understanding of the structure and movement of clouds. Most also give a good impression of their three-dimensional volume. The studies vary in size. This is one of only four examples he painted on a larger format. The larger the scale the more difficult Constable found it to balance crispness of detail with speed of execution. This is why the larger cloud studies tend to be more…

John Constable (English, Self-Portrait, Graphite on paper, 19 x cm. Artist Pencils, Tate Gallery, Pencil Painting, London Art, Tate London, Selfies, Collaborative Art, Art Studies, Gravure

‘Self-Portrait’, John Constable, 1806 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Self-Portrait’, John Constable, 1806 John was born in 1776, the fourth child of Ann and Golding Constable. When his older brother proved unfit to take over the family business, John was employed in his father’s mills to learn his trade. According to his first biographer, Constable was known in the neighbourhood as the ‘handsome miller’, being ‘tall and well formed … with a fresh complexion, and fine dark eyes’. By 1799, his father allowed him to study art in London, and he…

John Constable Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows painting is shipped worldwide,including stretched canvas and framed art.This John Constable Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows painting is available at custom size. Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, John Constable Paintings, Carl Friedrich, English Romantic, Art Du Monde, Salisbury Cathedral, National Gallery, Oil Painting Reproductions

‘Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows’, John Constable, exhibited 1831 | Tate

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Study for Flatford Mill, by John Constable; the pencil tracing for the painting [Compare to the painting. English Romantic, Tate Britain, Landscape Architecture, New Art, Painting & Drawing, Landscape Paintings, Vintage World Maps, Study, Drawings

‘Study for ‘Flatford Mill’’, John Constable, c.1816 | Tate

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art for art's sake: The Sea near Brighton (detail), John Constable, 1826 Art And Illustration, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Painting Inspiration, Brighton, Painting & Drawing, Art History, Art Photography, Artsy

‘The Sea near Brighton’, John Constable, 1826 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘The Sea near Brighton’, John Constable, 1826 In new year 1826 Constable joined his family at Brighton and stayed for a fortnight. This bold study is one of only two paintings he made during this visit. It is also one of the very few oil sketches he executed outdoors in winter. On an earlier visit to Brighton in 1824, Constable had admired ‘the magnificence of the sea’ and he was attracted especially by ‘the breakers and the sky’. He later wrote how seabirds - some of which…