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This cushion features John Constable's quintessentially English painting, 'The Hay Wain', which is based on a site around Flatford Mill on the River Stour in Suffolk. The picture is digitally translated onto cotton, backed with a linen weave and finished off with red velvet piping. Cushion pad included.
|Product Height:||40 (cm)|
|Product Width:||60 (cm)|
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The hay wain, a type of horse-drawn cart, stands in the water in the foreground with Flatford Mill on the left, which was owned by Constable's father. The cottage just behind was rented by a farmer called Willy Lott, the protagonist of another Constable painting and who famously did not leave the house for more than four days during the entirety of his life. Today, the cottage and river path are still much as they were in Constable's time and the rolling fields in the background are still used for haymaking each year.