Artist John Constable 1776-1837"Flatford Mill ('Scene On a Navigable River')"
A print of one of John Constable's notable paintings
"Flatford Mill ('Scene on a Navigable River')" 1817
Large framed and matted print
Measures 30 1/4" x 26"
This print was published by The Tate Gallery London and printed in Great Britain by Beric Press
Flatford Mill (Scene on a Navigable River) is an oil painting by English artist John Constable, painted in 1816. It is Constable's largest exhibition canvas to be painted mainly outdoors, the first of his large "six-foot" paintings, and the first in the Stour series which later included The Hay Wain It is owned and exhibited at the Tate Gallery in London.
John Constable, (born June 11, 1776, East Bergholt, Suffolk, England—died March 31, 1837, London), major figure in English landscape painting in the early 19th century. He is best known for his paintings of the English countryside, particularly those representing his native valley of the River Stour, an area that came to be known as “Constable country.”
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