Tuesday, 8 May 2012

The Mermorable Art Of Haywain (1821) – By John Constable


The great leader of the Romanticists during the 18th Century art revolution, John Constable is best known for his classical portrayals of excellent rural landscapes and village life, capturing luxury scenes as they happened. Much of his work centres around the ribbons of greenery either side of the wonderful River Stour, Suffolk – where Constable lived for most of his memorable life. 

The Haywain type of  life at Flatford Mill on the River Stour, as it would have looked in 1821 at  London. The diminutive cottage to the left belonged to Willy Lott, farmer and owner of the surrounding evergreen lands.
Today, “The Haywain” takes pride of wonderful  place among several notable Constable works, at the National Gallery, London.

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