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John Constable’s “Dedham Lock and Mill”

John Constable’s “Dedham Lock and Mill”


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John Constable (1776-1837) was a master of landscape painting, capable of producing vigorous gestural studies as well as works of great refinement. Click on the links below to see several different versions of this same subject:

 Dedham Lock and Mill (oil sketch, ca. 1816)

 Dedham Lock and Mill (oil, ca. 1818)

Dedham Lock and Mill (oil, ca. 1820)

Selection of open air works in oil and in pencil, including three rederings of Dedham Lock and Mill

YouTube video: On Seeing John Constable’s Deadham Lock Mill

 For more about John Constable and his works depicting Dedham Lock and Mill, see the December 2009 issue of Magazine, available at www.northlightshop.com.


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Watch the video: A short walk in Dedham, Essex, in the Constable Country (July 2022).


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