8 Dec-17 Feb. The Royal Academy presents a major exhibition celebrating three artists who had a profound influence on the development of British landscape painting: Constable, Gainsborough and JMW Turner.
The exhibition includes 150 works, including paintings, prints, books and documents from the collections of the Royal Academy.
In terms of paintings, highlights include Romantic Landscape (c.1783) by Gainsborough; The Leaping Horse (1825) and Boat Passing a Lock (1826) by Constable, and Dolbadern Castle (1800) by Turner.
Also on show are works by Richard Wilson, Paul Sandby and Michael Angelo Rooker, as well as a selection of rarely-displayed prints made after 17th-century artists Gaspard Dughet, Salvator Rosa and Nicolas Poussin.
Sat-Thurs 10.00-18.00. Fri 10.00-22.00