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Excerpt from Gainsborough Constable
O a few lovers of English Landscape Art this little volume will, I hope, be acceptable, notwithstanding its obvious deficiencies.
The lives of these eminent painters of our rural scenery present many striking points of resemblance, and some sad points of contrast. Born amidst the same scenes, and educated under like inﬂuences, they were alike in their adoration of Nature, their allegiance to true Art, and their unwearying life of toil; but their professional careers were very different.
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