John Constable


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Noun1.John Constable - English landscape painter (1776-1837)John Constable - English landscape painter (1776-1837)
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Julian Lake, organiser of the festival, said: "They felt that because John Constable was from outside the region, for them to participate would not be thoroughly constructive and not within the spirit of the debate."
John Constable and JMW Turner represent the high tide mark of British romantic landscape painting, but for historical reasons their work is overwhelmingly concentrated in London.
Regarding the debate about whose picture should appear on the new English PS20 note, I cannot see past the artist John Constable. It would be a great compliment to a renowned Englishman.
John Constable, director of policy and research at the Renewable Energy Foundation, said there were a range of better options for the county than the 71 turbines currently planned around Alnwick and Berwick.
Others in the top 10 include Vincent Van Gogh's Sunflowers (1888), John Constable's The Hay Wain (1821) and JMW Turner's The Fighting Temeraire (1839).
Regarded as a highly-skilled artist and restorer, Mr Keating, who died in 1984 at the age of 67, achieved fame in the mid-seventies when it was revealed he had faked work by several artists, including the Essex and Suffolk painter John Constable. The forgeries, which had been sold to the London art trade led - in 1979 - to Mr Keating, his former girlfriend Ms Kelly and an antiques dealer appearing at the Old Bailey on charges of conspiracy and deception.
OTHER OPTIONS: Dr John Constable of the Renewable Energy Foundation, says there are better options than the 71 turbines planned around Alnwick and Berwick.
EXPERTS reckoned this painting was just a tribute by a talented fan of John Constable and valued it at PS500.
Drawings by John Constable when he toured the Lake District 200 years ago have shed new light on the importance of the area in the development of one of the country's greatest painters.
ROLF Harris is to recreate one of Britain's favourite paintings - The Haywain by John Constable - outside the National Gallery.
And the John Oxx-trained Karezak, beaten a halflength by John Constable in a Navan maiden and boasting an official rating of 86, is a confident nap choice in the Follow Tipperary Races Median Auction Maiden.
THE Tate has agreed to return a John Constable oil painting which was stolen from a castle in Hungary by Second World War Nazis.