"Constable" Essays and Research Papers

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  • John Constable

    What made Constable different from the majority of his contemporaries was his attitude towards the things that he saw. He was not‚ like so many other landscape artists‚ a conscious seeker of the picturesque. As an artist he was virtually self-taught and his periods of formal study amounted to little more than process of directive discipline. His real master was his own sensitive and perceptive eye (Peacock‚ 15). It was through a study of nature rather than by a study of academic principles that his

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  • John Constable

    Constable‚ John - 1776–1837‚ English painter‚ b. Suffolk. Constable and Turner were the leading figures in English landscape painting of the 19th cent. Constable became famous for his landscapes of Suffolk‚ Hampstead‚ Salisbury‚ and Brighton. The son of a prosperous miller‚ he showed artistic talent while very young but did not devote himself to art until he was 23‚ when he went to London to study at the Royal Academy. Influenced by the 17th-century landscape painters Ruisdael and Claude Lorrain

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  • Heaney's Poem a Constable Calls

    Notes on A Constable Calls by Seamas Heaney Analysis Seamus Heaney tells us about a memory from his childhood. A policeman visits his family farm to take a record of the crops that Heaney’s father is growing. The description of the bicycle is our first indication that the policeman is not welcomed and that he is seen -by Heaney at least –as an intimidating‚ unpleasant figure. Everything in the description of the bike hints at this. The ‘fat black handlegrips’ sound ugly and unpleasant

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  • Internship: Constable and Police Department

    December 11‚2001 MY INTERNSHIP Through out my one hundred and twenty-hour experience with the Gloversville Police Department‚ I learned many skills‚ values and the ways of this Police Department. Many of the calls and situations I went to often could relate to a certain theory that I learned in any of my law classes. I would recommend any student majoring in Criminal Justice

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  • Landscape Paintings: A Summary Of John Constable And John Constable

    van Eyck (1390-1441)‚ who produced very accurate skies and was a master of aerial perspective‚ but none have been as authentic as John Constable’s‚ who depicted them with such precision and detail that they were used as scientific references. John Constable is considered as one of the greatest English landscape painters‚ who is known for his idyllic scenes of early 19th century English countryside and seascape. However‚ during theVictorian age‚ his paintings were not as admired as they are now. His

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  • Police Constable

    Policewomen: Their First Century and the New Era By Peter Horne‚ Ph.D.‚ Professor‚ Mercer County Community College‚ Trenton‚ New Jersey | | ver since the founding of police departments in the United States in the mid-19th century‚ policing has been viewed by most people as a traditionally male occupation. Men still are the overwhelming majority of police officers‚ and this will continue to be so in the immediate future. Women in policing now make up approximately 13-14 percent of all employees

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  • Comparison Of Mill And Thomas Constable

    Constable had reportedly signed his name on the painting to make it appear as if it was writing that had been carved into the land just in front of the child sitting on the horse. X-rays of the painting have shown that Constable had painted out a horse that was on the towpath and substituted the missing presence of a figure with the two boys in the foreground. The viewer is given a glimpse into the childhood that Constable experienced. One could believe that one of the children depicted in the

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  • A Constable Calls by Seamus Heaney

    The Constable Calls By Seamus Heaney A Constable Calls is the second in a sequence of six poems entitled ’Singing School’ which concludes Heaney’s fourth collection ’North’ (1975). The poem is a vivid description of an incident from the poet’s childhood - a policeman making an official visit to his father’s farm at Mossbawn to record tillage returns. There is something grotesquely bizarre about an armed representative of the law travelling by bicycle around the Ulster countryside to record agricultural

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  • Short Story Journey

    acting suspiciously. Stop‚ immediately!” One of the men said‚ “By golly‚ Harry‚ the police. We must hurry! He is obviously a very clever policeman. He is very good at deducing?” “Yes‚ we must. I think it is the incredibly clever Constable Julius Brown!” “Constable Brown? Julius Brown‚ who wears a magician’s gown?” “Indeed‚ yes. And when he sees the likes of us‚ he also wears a serious frown. He would enjoy sending us down. So clearly‚ Gilbert‚ it would be unpleasant to be arrested‚ especially

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  • Ethics in Policing

    own peers at any and all opportunities available. This is why it is imperative that Police must always perform to a high standard in any action or decision they make. This essay will look at the ethical actions and decisions‚ Senior Constable Cullen and Constable Black make‚ in the Lane Cove Break and Enter case study. This essay will also discuss the roles and functions of police and how they must be approached ethically‚ as well as the use of discretion and reporting misconduct and corruption

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