The Discovery of Constable

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  • The Discovery of Constable *
  • Contents *
  • Introduction vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • List of Plates xiii
  • Abbreviations xix
  • Part One *
  • Chapter One - a Secret Committed to the Public [1837-1838] *
  • Chapter Two - Keeping Up the Name [1838-1846] 22
  • Chapter Three - a Modern Painter and His Market [1840-1870] 38
  • Chapter Four - the Second Generation [1843-1863] 55
  • Chapter Five - the Watch-Dog [1864-1879] 70
  • Chapter Six - Division and Dispersal [1879-1900] 81
  • Chapter Seven - the Third Generation [1890-1900] 94
  • Chapter Eight Scholars and Collectors [1900-1930] 106
  • Chapter Nine a Hundred Years on [the I93os] 120
  • Chapter Ten a Case-History: 'Cottage in a Cornfield' 133
  • Part Two *
  • John Thomas 'Antiquity' Smith 146
  • Sir George Howland Beaumont, Bart 151
  • Ramsay Richard Reinagle 154
  • George Frost 159
  • John Dunthorne, Senior 178
  • The Reverend John Fisher, Archdeacon of Berkshire 181
  • John Dunthorne, Junior 195
  • Frederick Waters Watts 205
  • William George Jennings 212
  • George Constable of Arundel 214
  • Thomas Churchyard 218
  • Lionel Bicknell Constable 224
  • James Webb 241
  • Notes *
  • Index 263
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