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Constable, John, England 1776 to 1837 Oil Paintings
John Constable was born in East Bergholt, Suffolk, England. Constable left in 1799 to learn at the Royal Academy, of which he turned into a director in 1819. His scene paintings, which portray the Suffolk open country primarily, affected his peers, especially the French. His finished fine arts depended on various portrayals painted outside straightforwardly from nature. Constable's naturalism and effortlessness to deal with the English scene have been contrasted with the verse of his initial Romantic counterparts, like Wordsworth.
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