John Constable ‘Paint Box, c.1820s’ fridge magnet

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John Constable Paint Box, c.1820s fridge magnet

This magnet features a paint box dating from the 1820s which belonged to the Suffolk landscape artist John Constable (1776-1837).

The paint box contains examples of Constable’s paint brushes, palette knives, a Cumberland lead pencil, a double-ended metal pencil holder (called a porte-crayon), and nine glass phials of various sizes containing powdered pigments and dried paint. It also holds a couple of entry tickets made out of ivory which Constable used for Lectures at the Royal Academy.

Product details:

  • Dimensions: 7.9cm x 8.4cm
  • Exclusive to Gainsborough's House.
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Dimensions7.9cm x 8.4cm
CollectionGainsborough's House