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John Constable and the Romantic Landscape Painters
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Name: Instructor: Institution: Date: An analytical view of Constable's landscape paintings in comparison to Turner and Friedrich John Constable was an unsurpassed artist of tranquil countryside England, who focused particularly on his resident countryside of Suffolk.
Friedrich is acknowledged as the prototypical German Romantic painter. His most renowned painting was without doubt his Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog magnum opus, which gives a representation of a personality in the forefront looking out over an extensive landscape enclosed by a sea of billows, with a range of mounts on show at the farthest away point from the character (Wilkins, Schultz & Linduff 145). Turner constantly wanted to communicate moods of light as well as colors by softening the structures of natural things, while Constable demonstrated things as they were in reality with his imprecise manner of painting. Some landscape paintings by Turner nearly challenge Constable in their novelty, particularly when the older paintings of Constable are measured up to to Turner’s Venice landscape paintings. In Turner's paintings, one can distinguish the early stages of Early Impressionism. Constable had a grand, cosmic apparition, dissimilar from that of Turner, except no less passionate. Constable and Turner had the capacity to put across their individual feelings for the essential forces of the natural world, for the controlling effervescence of the existing landscape. ...
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