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    John constable

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    John constable What made Constable different from the majority of his contemporaries was his attitude towards the things that he saw. He was not, like so many other landscape artists, a conscious seeker of the picturesque. As an artist he was virtually self-taught and his periods of formal study amounted to little more than process of directive discipline. His real master was his own sensitive and perceptive eye (Peacock, 15). It was through a study of nature rather than by a study of academic

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    John Constable

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    John Constable John Constable was born on June 11, 1776, in East Bergholt, Suffolk. As a young man he worked for his father in the family business at a flour mill. In 1799, Constable decided to leave the flour mill so that he could study at the Royal Academy School. His first landscape painting was in 1802 and after that he studied painting and English Rural life on his own. Constable developed a distinctly individual style. His paintings were "executed in the open air rather than in a studio

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    John Constable was an English painter who worked in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. While not highly regarded by his contemporaries, Constable is today regarded as one of the leading English painters of the era. He was a part of the Romanticism movement and is most remembered for his landscape paintings. His paintings were usually of his home and surroundings and did not dram Constable was born in Suffolk, England on June 11, 1776. The second son of a wealthy corn merchant, it was expected

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    Constable: Weymouth Bay: Difficulty with Landscapes John Constable was born into a wealthy family in the English countryside. It was originally suspected that he would take over his father’s buisness because his older brother was mentally handicapped. However as his interest in painting grew his mother realized that this was a course he was choosing and he was good enough to pursue. Ironically when Constable turned to landscapes, his mother worried about his finances and urged him to turn

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    1. Constable Tretiak’s conduct prior to Wayne Cashman’s arrest would be found to have been lawful. Prior to arresting Cashman, Constable Tretiak asked Cashman to hand over the marijuana cigarette. Under s 8, unlawful search and seizure of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects civilians from unlawful search and seizure. Constable Tretiak did not have a warrant to search Cashman, therefore, only under s 487.11, exigent circumstances of the Criminal Code, is an officer able to search a civilian

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    Turner and Constable- Landscape Painters

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    essay will consider two landscape painters and explore their work, John Constable - West End Fields Hampstead, noon ca. 1822 & J.M.W. Turner - Rain, Steam and Speed ca. 1844 illustrating the social, cultural and philosophical concerns and values of 19th Century England and discuss how these artists have chosen to express their interpretations of the epoch, focusing on their aim, technique, and subject matter. John Constable and The Natural Eye (West End Fields Hampstead, noon) John Constable’s work

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    William Wordsworth and John Constable. Wordsworth, a famous poet known for many popular poems during the romanticism era, shows the audience his beautifully descriptive wordplay no purer than that in his conversation-style poem known as “Tintern Abbey”. While although an inferior poet to Wordsworth, John Constable was a talented English romantic painter, best known for his detailed paintings of Dedham Vale, the area surrounding his home. Although Wordsworth and Constable contrast in numerous ways,

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    Romantic Landscape Painting: Turner & Constable Introduction In any consideration of the two major figures of English Romantic Landscape painting, it is interesting to look further in to what kind, if any, personal relationship the two artists shared. I'll begin by saying a few words on this subject. First, while the men were certainly aware of each other their estimations of each other differed greatly. For Turner, Constable and his work were of little or no importance. As far as I know, the

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    and parish constables were introduced a primitive police force was introduced and the JPs were assisted by constables who only worked part time and were very unreliable as the pay was really bad. The early stages of the force consisted of a night watchmen and parish constables, who were prior to the creation of the main police force. Watchmen were groups of men, usually authorised by a state, government, or society, to deter criminal activity and provide law enforcement. Constables were required

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    despite the wide range of legislation available to legitimise the stop and search powers of police, the Police and Criminal Evidence’s 1984 Code A of practice is the main legislation that collectively regulates stop and searches conducted by police constables in the United Kingdom. Additionally, I will also briefly outline the pieces of legislation relating to Terrorism in the United Kingdom. The first three pieces of l... ... middle of paper ... ...as reasonable cause to suspect that there is a

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