|Statement||translated from the German by Stanley Godman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
An excellent book for those interested in Constables landscapes and cloud studies. Many of the pictures are discussed in other books on Constable but this book brings them together and makes comparison easier for those studying Constable's work.5/5(2). Constable's Clouds: Paintings and Cloud Studies by John Constable by Constable, John; Edited By Edward Morris; Contributors: John Gage; Anne Lyles; Martin Suggett; John E Thornes; Timothy Wilcox and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Constable's Clouds.: John Constable. National Galleries of Scotland, - Clouds in art - pages. 0 Reviews. Attempts to match paintings with ideas and tries to establish. More». This Study of Clouds by Constable claims a strictly observational status. His vantage point is Hampstead Heath. The canvas is marked on the back: "31 Sepr o'clock morning looking Eastward .
Buy Constable's Clouds: Paintings and Cloud Studies by John Constable 1st by Morris, Edward (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Reviews: 2. John E. Thornes, John Constable. A&C Black, Jan 1, Art- pages. 1Review. John Constable is arguably the most accomplished painter of English skies and weather of all time. For Constable, 4/5(1). Expository Notes of Dr. Thomas Constable John. Chapter 1: Chapter 2: Chapter 3: Chapter 4: Chapter 5: Chapter 6: Chapter 7: Chapter 8: Chapter 9: Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Book Overview - John by Arend Remmers. 1. Author and. Clouds is one of around fifty extant paintings of the sky which Constable made in Hampstead, between and , and it has been speculated that he produced more than one hundred such studies at the time. Constable made his intense examination, which he called ‘skying’, to precisely record different weather and atmospheric conditions, in preparation for his grand landscapes.
J. E. THORNES: 'The Weather Dating of John Constable's Cloud Studies', Weather, Vol , pp SThe written annotations to Forster's book were first published by L. PARRIS,Author: John Thornes. Clouds in religion, nature and art --Goethe and Luke Howard --The ideas of Carl Gustav Carus and the Dresden Painters --Dahl and Blechen as cloud painters --The cloud studies of John Constable --Constable and the meteorologists --Relations of science and art --The humble life of nature --Wordsworth and Constable --Submissiveness to nature. Artwork page for ‘Cloud Study’, John Constable, Constable’s oil studies of skies show a remarkable understanding of the structure and movement of clouds. Most also give a good impression of their three-dimensional volume. The studies vary in size. This is one of only four examples he painted on a larger format. The larger the scale the more difficult Constable found it to balance. CLOUDS were once the thrones of the gods; on them the angels knelt and the saints took their rest. It was a pillar of cloud in which the Lord went before the Jews to lead them out of Egypt to the land of Canaan and a cloud covered the tent of the congregation, .