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Constable viewed his portrait work as no more than necessary hackwork to secure funds, and his landscapes have always been much more celebrated. But in his portrayal of women he does achieve a level of tenderness and warmth, especially when painting his wife. Lucian Freud cited Constable’s portraits as a big influence. The portrait is now in the Tate Britain collection. Flatford Mill, 1816-7. Flatford Mill was the first of Constable’s ‘six footers’ and is another work now at Tate Britain.
Pygmalion Higgins is not a portrait of Sweet, to whom the adventure of Eliza Doolittle would have been impossible; still, as will be seen, there are touches of Sweet in the play. With Higgins’s physique and temperament Sweet might have set the Thames on fire. As it was, he impressed himself professionally on Europe to an extent that made his comparative personal obscurity, and the failure of Oxford to do justice to his eminence, a puzzle to foreign specialists in his subject