John Constable


Constable sketch discovered in a suitcase heads for auction (again)

The drawing, which was first sold by the Yorkshire auction house in 2021, depicts Dover harbour from an East India company ship


Dynamic brushstrokes representing 'nature's own flux': new monograph details how Constable got experimental in his late career

The artist’s final period, marred by personal loss, saw him move away from topographical accuracy to embrace a more synthetic form of picture-making

Christie's to sell 'The Vision', the last of Constable's famous view of Salisbury Cathedral left in private hands

The oil sketch, Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop's Grounds, has never appeared at auction before and is expected for sell for between £2m to £3m this December in London

Constable oil sketch—previously dismissed as fake—goes on sale for £150,000

Sworder's auction house is selling the work, which is one of many by the Romantic painter depicting the area around Dedham Vale where he grew up

Are you a Turner or Constable man? David Hockney weighs in on Britain's greatest art rivalry

In behind-the-scenes footage from an award-winning documentary, the British artist talks about being part of the great landscape painting tradition

Frick sends Old Masters to hurricane-hit Puerto Rico

Ten works are due to go on display at the Museo de Arte de Ponce

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Tate’s director criticises government report on Nazi loot

Nicholas Serota says the document, which recommends the restitution of a Constable from the gallery’s collection, contains multiple inaccuracies

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Nazi loot claim for Tate’s Constable

Beaching a Boat, Brighton, has been claimed by the heirs of Baron Ferenc Hatvany


Collectors sue Agnew’s over Van Dyck and Constable misattributions

The gallery catalogued both works as genuine, though experts made no secret of their ambivalence

Tate Britain: Sugar baron’s dream comes true

The opening of new galleries and the division of the museum’s collection with Tate Modern have realised Sir Henry Tate’s vision of a national gallery for British art. Three rooms for Constable and one each for Hogarth and Blake

Thefts from V&A and Courtauld Gallery

Two Constables and three small paintings discovered to be missing from storage

As Constables resurface, Tate introduces a new side of the artist

Leslie Parris and Ian Fleming-Williams discuss what we can learn from these new pictures