|Caption||Constable had to make his own colours, and spent a great deal of time at this tedious job before he could embark on the actual painting. As only a small quantity could be mixed at a time; matching was important. Original artwork for one of the illustrations on p23 of L&L issue no 185 (31 July 1965).|
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|Keywords||John Constable artist colour palette paint mixing dye palette knife waistcoat stock painter Constable easel|
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