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Brighton Beach with Colliers, 1824 Tree Trunks The Leaping Horse, 1825 Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop's Grounds, 1823 The Hay-Wain, 1821 Stratford Mill, 1820
Harwich Lighthouse, approx. 1820 The White Horse, 1819 Flatford Mill, 1817 Mrs. James Pulham Maria Bicknell Wivenhoe Park, Essex, 18

John Constable (1776-1837)

John Constable was an English painter who was a master of landscape painting in the romantic style. His works, done directly from nature, influenced French painters of the Barbizon School and the impressionist movement. Constable was born June 11, 1776, in East Bergholt, Suffolk. He worked in his father's flour mill before going to London in 1799 to study at the Royal Academy schools. He exhibited his first landscape paintings in 1802 and thereafter studied painting and English rural life on his own, developing a distinctly individual style. His paintings, executed entirely in the open air rather than in a studio, as was customary, were an innovation in English art.