#161 - The Hay Wain by John Constable
- Number of Colors: 37
- Stitch Count: 253w X 184h
- Finished Size: 18" x 13 º" when stitched on 14 count white Aida cloth.
This is the colorful and pastoral The Hay Wain, a magnificent landscape panting by Britain's renown master, John Constable (1776-1837). The original is housed in the National Gallery in London, but with our faithful and authentic reproduction, this lyrical and timeless treasure can be featured in your own home. Lend instant elegance to your livingroom or den with its dappled colors and lifelike details.
Constable's passion for painting outdoors is most evident in this, his key-note masterpiece. The glistening buildings at left depict farmer Willy Lott's cottage on the River Stour, near Flatford Mill, where Canstable's father operated an affluent mill. Poetic atmospheric effects capture the morning's freshest radiance, and the tranquility of days gone by. With every stitch, you can now recreate this glorious landscape, glowing with dew, and accent your home with a museum quality masterpiece.