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The second of the six artist sons of Edward Williams, this artist's original name was Henry John Williams. When he came of age, British landscape was dominated by two giants, Constable and Turner. While Boddington's subjects generally borrowed from the idyllic pastoral typical of Constable, his fresh use of color and atmosphere owed a direct debt to Turner. Trained by his father, as were his brothers, he strove to create an individual style which biographer Jan Reynolds describes thus: ''. . . [his] most characteristic effect is the appearance of a warm day, with the sun just out of the...
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