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Ancestry.com. John Constable's Correspondence With Friends, Charles Boner, and His Children [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2003.
Original data: Beckett, R.B., ed.. John Constable's Correspondence. Various Friends, with Charles Boner and The Artist's Children. Vol. V. Suffolk, England: Suffolk Records Society, 1967.

About John Constable's Correspondence With Friends, Charles Boner, and His Children

This database is part of the Suffolk Records Society collection and contains the correspondence records of John Constable, one of Britain's most famous landscape artists. This particular volume of correspondence records is comprised of those written between Constable and various friends, Charles Boner (a poet and essayist), and his children. This collection of correspondence records is a great source for studying John Constable's life and work. Additionally, this database can be used as a historical reference for his native Suffolk County.
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