June 19, 2007 § Leave a comment
Weymouth Bay: Bowleaze Cove and Jordan Hill
National Gallery, London
Ah, Weymouth. Doesn’t it just make you think of Frank Churchill & Jane Fairfax? And Impropriety by the Seaside?
Tagged: Art History, Emma Jane Austen, Georgian Painting, Impropriety by the Seaside, Jane Austen, Jane Austen Novels, John Constable, National Gallery London, Weymouth
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