Constable vs Turner: British landscapes of the early 1800

BSL – interpreted talk

Friday 29 March, 6.30–7.30pm

Sainsbury Wing Information Desk

Alan Murray

Admission free

Our talks are open to everyone. Tickets are free but please contact us to reserve your space and for meeting point information – please email us education@ng-london.org.uk.

For popular events, tickets will be prioritised for BSL users and visitors who are Deaf or hard of hearing.

Join Alan Murray to explore the contributions and contemporary approaches Constable and Turner brought to British landscape painting

Landscape painters, Turner and Constable were both influential and successful artists of their time.  Often pitted as rivals, Turner travelled extensively throughout his life and was known for dramatic seascapes and landscapes, while Constable who never left England, made his name depicting the nostalgic countryside of his youth. 

British Sign Language interpretation

Throughout the year, free talks are given in British Sign Language by Deaf lecturers or in spoken English with BSL interpretation.

Image above: Detail from John Constable, Stratford Mill, 1820