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John Constable
1776–1837

Willy Lott’s House

Full screen

Medium
Oil on canvas
Size
13 ¼ × 16 ¾ inches · 337 × 426 mm
Collections
  • Sir William Drake, 1891;
  • George Salting, by 1900;
  • Katherine, Lady Binning, daughter of the above;
  • John Baillie-Hamilton, Lord Binning, son of the above, 1992;
  • Private collection.
Exhibitions
  • Probably, London, Royal Academy, 1803, no 59 or 694, as ‘A study from nature’;
  • London, The Tate Gallery, Constable: Paintings, Watercolours & Drawings, 1976, no. 35.
Literature
  • Charles Rhyne, ‘Fresh Light on John Constable’, Apollo, vol. LXXXVII, March 1968, p. 230, note 23;
  • Leslie Parris, Ian Fleming-Williams & Conal Shields, Constable: Paintings, Watercolours & Drawings, 1976, Exhibition catalogue, pp. 50-51;
  • Robert Hoozee, L’opera completa di Constable, 1979, no. 22; Hugh Belsey (et al), From Gainsborough to Constable: the emergence of Naturalism in British Landscape Painting 1750-1810, 1991, p. 80;
  • Graham Reynolds, The early paintings and drawings of John Constable, 1996, no. 02.13, reproduced, pl. 166.

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown