by John Constable RA
The Constable Trust Annual Lecture
Scraps of Nature: The Early Years of John Constable
The Singularity of John Nash’s Artistic Vision
What did Gainsborough Paint?
Cedric Morris and Christopher Wood: A Forgotten Friendship
Constable's Other Country of Valley and Shore
'That House of Art': Constable at Petworth.
The Freud and Bacon of their Day: Constable and Turner as Twin Luminaries of Their Age.
Constable and the Sea: 'The wild music of the waves'.
Constable in France: A Success Story
Constable and Salisbury: How Constable rediscovered Suffolk in Salisbury
'Mr Constable's English Landscape' Mezzotints: A Case of Vanity Publishing
Constable in Love: The Man and his Portraits
Constable and Claude: A lifelong relationship
'Fame is the Spur': Constable, the 'six-footers' and the long struggle for recognition
Texture, Tone & Strength: John Constable and his Use of Paper
" ... they were done in the lid of my box on my knees as usual": Constable's Oil Sketching Technique - The Suffolk Years c.1810–1816