|Town or city||East Bergholt|
|Elevation||3 m (10 ft)|
|Current tenants||Field Studies Council|
Flatford Mill is a Grade I listed watermill built in 1733 on the River Stour at Flatford in East Bergholt, Suffolk, England. Attached to the mill is a 17th-century miller's cottage which is also Grade I listed. The property is in Dedham Vale, a typically English rural landscape.
The mill was owned by the artist John Constable's father and is noted, along with its immediate surroundings as the location for many of Constable's works. It is referred to in the title of one of his most iconic paintings, Flatford Mill (Scene on a Navigable River), and mentioned in the title or is the subject of several others including: Flatford Mill from a lock on the river Stour; Flatford Mill from the lock (A water mill); The Lock. The Hay Wain, which features Willy Lott's Cottage, was painted from the front of the mill.
The mill is located downstream from Bridge Cottage which, along with neighbouring Valley Farm and Willy Lott's Cottage, are leased to the Field Studies Council, a group that uses them as locations for arts, ecology and natural history based courses.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Flatford Mill.|
- Tate Britain Flatford Mill diagram map
- Historic England. "Flatford Mill listing (278717)". Images of England.
- Historic England. "Millers House and Cottage listing (278718)". Images of England.
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