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At the time one critic said ‘half the sky might be taken away and the picture would be better for it’. The scene seems natural but it is actually very carefully composed. The famous landscape painter John Constable thought that Callcott's art was too artificial.
oil on canvas
127 x 107.5 cm
acquired through the Lord Kenilworth Bequest, 1954