John Constable

John Constable lived in Hampstead between the years 1819 – 1837. He is buried in the parish churchyard. One of the most celebrated of his Hampstead landscapes is a view to the north-west from Judges Walk. Now in the Tate Gallery this picture shows the Heath, Branch Hill Pond, Harrow in the far distance and takes its title from a house called ‘The Salt Box’ which stood nearby this plaque.

A later house on this site called ‘The Grange’ had associations with Sir H. Beerbohm Tree and Wilson Barrett.

Date plaque was erected: not known
Plaque erected by: Hampstead Plaque Fund
At address: 2 Lower Terrace, London NW3
Postal code: NW3 6RG

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