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Newhaven Harbour, after Constable

Newhaven Harbour, after Constable

Mixed media and pastels on archival paper


The effects of extreme weather conditions on the skies above this fifteenth century harbour have been a source of inspiration for many artists across time.


The remarkable John Constable RA (1776-1837) was possibly the greatest painter of evolving weather conditions and tumultuous skies.


Mr.J has derived inspiration from one of his dramatic sky scenes, using it as a catalyst for this tribute to the great British artist.

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