John Constable | The Cornfield | Framed Print (12502)
The Cornfield is an oil painting by the English artist John Constable, completed from January to March 1826 in the artist’s studio.
The painting shows a lane leading from East Bergholt toward Dedham, Essex, and depicts a young shepherd boy drinking from a pool in the heat of summer. The location is along Fen Lane, which the artist knew well. Constable referred to the piece as The Drinking Boy.
Reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees of the National Gallery, London. Ref. ENG. 54.
It has a vintage bevelled gilded frame with an anti-glare glass front. Simply stunning! Measures 565mm w x 665mm h x 35mm frame depth. It is in excellent vintage condition.