|Medium||Brush and brown ink over graphite on cream wove paper|
|Dimensions||Sheet: 3 1/16 x 2 3/16 in. (7.8 x 5.6 cm) sight: 2 15/16 x 2 3/16 in. (7.5 x 5.6 cm)|
|Acquisition||Gift of the Manton Art Foundation in memory of Sir Edwin and Lady Manton, 2007|
John Constable, Salisbury Cathedral from the North-West, c. 1830–39, Brush and brown ink over graphite on cream wove paper. Gift of the Manton Art Foundation in memory of Sir Edwin and Lady Manton, 2007. The Clark Art Institute, 2007.8.50.
Clarke, Jay, ed. Landscape, Innovation, and Nostalgia: The Manton Collection of British Art. Williamstown, MA: The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, 2012.
The artist; possibly Isabel Constable, his daughter, by descent (d. 1888); sale, Christie’s, London, 17 June 1892, no. 183, sold to Rochefort; Rochefort (in 1892); Randall Davies; [P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., Ltd., London, sold to Appleby, 1964]; Appleby Bros., Ltd. (in 1964, sold to Day); Harold A. E. Day (sale, Christie’s, London, 7 Apr. 1998, no. 28, sold to Ackermann & Johnson, as agent for Manton); Sir Edwin A. G. Manton, New York (1998–d. 2005); Manton Family Art Foundation (2005–2007, given to the Clark); Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, 2007.
Salisbury Cathedral from the River Avon (recto); Man Pulling a Rope (verso)
Old Houses on Harnam Bridge, Salisbury with the Ancient Hospital of Saint Nicholas