The artist Johns Constable at first rented houses in Hampstead and in 1827 made it his permanent home. Discover the picturesque Hampstead that Constable would have been familiar with, where he lived, the houses and landscapes he painted, as well as his family tomb. This talk is illustrated with pictures and his frank quotes from his letters to his friends about his art and feelings for Hampstead as well as some reflections by his biographer, C.R. Leslie.
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