The Good & The Evil: Romanticism in England       (1715-1840)

This gallery illustrates the two forms of English Romanticism, which is the tranquil and the dramatic. John Constable focuses on the tranquil style, which includes calming nature scenes and various religious sentiment in his art. Contrarily, Joseph Mallord William Turner, Constable's contemporary, illustrates the dramatic style of romanticism in which depictions of natural disasters and diseases are portrayed. 

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