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• JOHN CONSTABLE (1776-1837) • Cloud Study • 1822, oil on paper laid on board • The inscriptions on the back – ‘11 o’clock’ and ‘Noon’ – indicate that this study took him about an hour to paint •

John Constable, Self-Portrait, 1806, Graphite on paper, 19x14,5 cm, Tate collection, London

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Cloud study, John Constable. I like this painting because it is done in stages. The artist shows how the clouds roll around and make it a cloudy day. Also includes the birds in the sky to show that time is passing. Another great painting.

Art appreciation: John Constable, Study of Clouds. His painting of clouds and labeling the back led to Luke Howard’s classification of clouds system.

JOHN CONSTABLE This is one of his tree drawings made of Hampstead Heath.

Cloud Study (detail) by John Constable.

John Constable's Study of Clouds. Photograph: Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford/Bridgeman

John Constable, Study of Clouds, 1821

John Constable, 1776 - 1837 Cloud Study, 1822 Oil on paper laid on canvas via

John Constable: Cloud Study, 1822 Courtauld Institute Galleries, London

"Clouds" by John Singer Sargent, 1897 - watercolor on white wove paper