Ref NoWGC/1/10/5
TitleRediscoveries and landscapes of hitherto unknown composition and subject
DescriptionIncludes photographs of the following paintings that Constable described in his article as 'rediscoveries':

-'The Brige of Rimini' (Fig. 2). Includes correspondence with Christie, Manson & Woods, 1961.
-'Athens in its flourishing State' (Fig.3). Includes research notes and correspondence with Major John Mills [see images below]
-'Ruins' (pl. 4) (2 photographs)

Also includes photographs of the following paintings that Constable described in the article as 'landscapes of hitherto unknown composition and subject':

-'St Peter's, Rome from near the Ponte Molle' (Fig.6) (2 photographs)
-'View in Italy' (Fig. 7). Includes research note and correspondence with Mortimer Brandt, 1956.
-'A Crag and Ruin by a River' (Fig. 12).
-'View in Italy' (Fig. 13). Includes research note.
Date[c 1954-1958]
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Image CaptionPhotograph of 'Athens in its flourishing state' in the collection of the Mills family, 1956.
Mills family tree compiled by John Mills and sent to Constable, 12 August 1957.
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