That House of Art – Constable at Petworth and West Sussex during the 1830s
This illustrated talk looks at the remarkable body of work he produced during these later visits.
Tuesday 14 March
William IV Room
11am-12pm £20, members/patrons £15, book in advance
Priority booking for members and patrons only from 19 December to 8 January. General release from 9 January.
Following Constable’s visits to Brighton during the 1820s he returned to Sussex in the following decade. The 1830s, however, saw his focus shift to the west of the county where he stayed at Arundel and Petworth, which he famously christened “that House of Art”. This illustrated talk looks at the remarkable body of work he produced during these later visits.
With Andrew Loukes, Curator of the Egremont Collection at Petworth House.
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