Definition of Flatford Mill from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


Flatford Mill

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a painting (1817) by John Constable of a water mill (= a building by a river that uses the water to turn a wheel and operate machinery) on the river Stour in south-east England. It is one of Constable's most famous paintings, and in 1928 the actual mill was given to the nation to be preserved in memory of the artist.