This intensely atmospheric nocturne, made during Rubens’s last years, is an exploration of the effect of moonlight on the kind of pasture and woodland that one might have encountered near Antwerp. We know that John Constable greatly admired this particular work, as is also evident from his 'Hay Wain' on display in Room 34.
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