Master of the 19C British landscape
John Constable (1776-1837) was a great Romantic British landscapist whose scenes (especially the "happy agricultural peasant" ones) got ever more idealized—but his compositions and brushwork freer—with each passing year.
You'll find his best stuff in:
Selected works by John Constable in England
A trippy watercolor of Stonehenge (1835) by John Constable in the The V&A, London
Branch Hill Pond, Hampstead Heath, with a Cart and Carters (c.1825) by John Constable in the Tate Britain, London
Sketch for â€˜Hadleigh Castleâ€™ (c.1828–9) by John Constable in the Tate Britain, London