Catalogue of Richard Wilson paintings

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Based on Constable, 1953, but many paintings have changed hands since 1953.
Last Up-dated: May 28th, 2014. Paintings in the Cardiff and Sudbury exhibitions identified. Paintings in the Ford collection confirmed.
Additional paintings accepted by Solkin, 1982, are appended.
Public gallery ownership has been confirmed as current where possible, but private ownership is unconfirmed (last known date given). Italics indicate that present location has not been checked: 1953=Constable, 1982=Solkin.
Galleries may change their displays without notice. "DISPLAY" in this list does not guarantee that a painting can be seen - always check with the Gallery or their website.


Constable catalogue number may be followed by the version number e.g. (v 2) in Constable,1953.
Paintings of uncertain or unlikely attribution in square brackets. "IN STORE" = not usually on public display.
Missing numbers may be drawings/etchings which are not included here.

Catalogue of Richard Wilson paintings

I should like to thank all the representatives of the museums below who have advised me on their current holdings.


Paintings displayed in the Cardiff tercentenary exhibition (July 5th-Oct 26th, 2014) are shown by : Exhibition-Cardiff-2014

Paintings from the Ford Collection displayed in the exhibition at Gainsborough's House, Sudbury, from Jan 11 to May 31, 2014 are shown by:Exhibition-Sudbury-2014

1 is the Portrait of Wilson by Mengs. Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
2a. Thomas Smith. Greenwich (National Maritime Museum).
2b. Admiral Thomas Smith (1744). Hagley, near Birmingham (Hagley Hall DISPLAY).
3c. Flora MacDonald. (1747). Edinburgh (National Portrait Gallery: bt 1931 DISPLAY).

After helping Bonnie Prince Charlie to escape the English by dressing him as her servant-girl, Flora MacDonald was brought to London and, after her release from prison, became a society celebrity. The painting was commissioned by or for Sir Nigel Gresley, the Navy captain who brought her to London
4a. Richard Owen. Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).
4b. Portrait of a British Naval Captain.
Boston (Museum of Fine Arts IN STORE).
5a. (v.) Princes George and Edward,
sons of Prince of Wales, with their Tutor Dr Francis Ayscough. (80x100) London (once displayed at Beningbrough Hall, now at National Portrait Gallery STORE).
6a Princes George and Edward,
sons of Prince of Wales, with their Tutor Dr Francis Ayscough. (24x29) New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art STORE).
6b. George III and the Duke of York (?1749) (40x50)
London (Tate STORE) N01880
8a. Boy with Apples. Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).
8b. The Maid of Honour. Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).
9a. Edward Lloyd. Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).
9b. Francesco Zuccarelli (1751) (20x17)
London (Tate STORE) N03727 Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
9c. Thomas Hollis. Cambridge MA (Harvard University Art Museums IN STORE)
10a. Head of a Capuchin. (19x15)
Leicester (Museum and Art Gallery)
11b. Rowland Jones. (30x25) Chirk Castle.(DISPLAY)
12a. Landscape with Banditti round a Tent. (29x39) Cardiff(National Museum DISPLAY bt 1953 Tooth). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
12b. Landscape with Banditti. (29x39) Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY bt 1953 Tooth). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
13a. Landscape with Banditti. (49x69) Boston-Brandegee (1953).
14a. The Murder. (17x21) Private-Ford (1953).
14b. The Unransomed. (39x50) Port Sunlight (Lady Lever Gallery DISPLAY)
14b. (v. not in Constable)The Unransomed.
Belfast (Ulster Museum)[quoted in Kidson, 1999]
15a. Summons of Cincinnatus. (29x39) Private-Tooth (1953).
15b. Departure of Regulus. (29x39) Private-Tooth (1953).
16a. Narcissus. (19x25) Private-Lucey (1953).
16a. Venus and Satyr. (19x25) Private-Lucey (1953).
17a. Diana and Actaeon. (38x52) Private[Wharton-1953].
17a. (v.)Diana and Actaeon. (40x54)
Bermuda (National Gallery DISPLAY).
17b. Ego Fui in
Arcadia. (43x53) Private[Byng-1982].
18. (v.
Beaumont-Bridgewater) Destruction of the Children of Niobe.(DESTROYED)
18. (v.2) Destruction of the Children of Niobe. (40x51; ?Wilson) Stockholm (Art Museum)? No longer catalogued
18. (v.3) Destruction of the Children of Niobe. (49x69) Boston (Museum of Fine Arts)
18. (v. Constable p.163) Finished Study for Destruction of the Children of Niobe. (18x24) Private-New York (2010) ex-Morrison
19a. (v. Cumberland) Destruction of the Children of Niobe. (58x75) New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art DISPLAY). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
19b. (v. Davies) Destruction of the Children of Niobe. (29x38) Aberystwyth (National Library of
Wales DISPLAY).
20b. (v. Ellesmere) Destruction of the Children of Niobe. (48x68) Private- (ex?)-Ellesmere (1953). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
22a. Phaeton. (96x96)
Liverpool. (Walker Art Gallery DISPLAY)
22b. Phaeton (48x68) Private [ex-Panshanger. Sold Christies Nov 1999].
22b.(v.)Phaeton. (28x36) Burham House, Kent-1953
23b. Diana and Callisto with
Dolbadarn Castle. (90x72) Bristol (City Art Gallery DISPLAY)
23/24a. (v.1) Diana and Callisto (30x40) West-1953
23/24a (v.2) Diana and Callisto. Port Sunlight (Lady Lever Gallery DISPLAY)
23/24a. (v.3) Diana and Callisto (28x52) Sold by Sothebys 1977 (ex-Leon-1953)
23/24a. (v. untraced 1, Hoare). Lake Nemi. Warminster. Stourhead NT DISPLAY). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
24b. Celadon and Amelia. Leggatt (dealer)-1953
24b. (v.u1)Celadon and Amelia. Bryant-1838
24b. (v.1) Celadon and Amelia. Matsukato(
Tokyo)-1914
25a. Ceyx and Alcyone. Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
25b. Meleager and Atalanta. (39x50)
London (Tate DISPLAY).Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
26a. (v.2) Apollo and the Seasons. (40x50) Allendale-1953
26a. Apollo and the Seasons. (37x47)
London (Tate STORE).
26b. Apollo and the Seasons.
Cambridge (Fitzwilliam DISPLAY)
26b. (v.2) Apollo and the Seasons. Indianapolis (Museum of Art DISPLAY)
27a. Cicero and His Friends at Arpinum (36x51) Glen(
Canada: Solkin pl.130)-1982
27a. (v.1)Cicero and His Friends at Arpinum (40x50-?
Wilson) Walker Gallery, Minneapolis-1953
27b. Cicero and His Friends at Arpinum. Adelaide (National Gallery of SA DISPLAY).
27c. (v. Constable p169 [2& 5]) Landscape with Cicero near his Villa (12x18) Private-New York (2010) ex-Hawkins, ex-Butler.
28a. (v.) Solitude.
Swansea (Glynn Vivian Art Gallery DISPLAY).Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
29a (136c) (v) Solitude.
Washington DC (NGA don 1983 Mellon bt Agnews 1972 ex Maddox St. Gallery cat no. 22) IN STORE
28/29a (v.2) Solitude.
Dublin (National Gallery of Ireland DISPLAY).
29b. Athens in its Flourishing State. Private - ex-Merly House, Dorset (engraved Pouncey).
30a.
Cilgerran Castle. Brocklebank-1953
30b
Caernarvon Castle. (25x46) New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art STORE)
30c. (v.1) Cock Tavern, Cheam (32x57) Winnepeg Art Gallery, Canada (ex-Nicholson, ex-Nolan)
30c. (v.2) The Cock Tavern, Cheam, Surrey (circa 1745) (16x28)
London (Tate STORE) N03136
30c. (v. Solkin pl.9) Cock Tavern, Cheam. (33x57)[purchased 1980: no longer? at 10 Downing Street] UK Government Collection (STORE).
31a. Llyn-y-Cau, Cader Idris (?exhibited 1774) (20x29)
London (Tate DISPLAY) N05596. Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
31a. (v.1) Cader Idris: Llyn-y-Cau. (16x28) Mostyn Hall, Flintshire ("Open Days" only)
31a. (v.2) Cader Idris: Llyn-y-Cau.
(21x30) Keefer-1935
31b. Chatsworth House. Bakewell (Chatsworth House DISPLAY).
31c.
Bourne Park. (41x62) Leon-1953
32a. Caernarvon Castle ("painter" v. 32.5x45). (Detroit Institute of Arts DISPLAY). ex-Harwood, 1998.
32a.
Caernarvon Castle (painter version, 26x41) New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art DISPLAY)
32b. Caernarvon Castle Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).
32. ("cow" version, engraved Boydell)
Caernarvon Castle. Private[1982].
32. See also 51a.
33a. Croome Court (48x66). Croome Court Trustees (STORE)
34a. River Dee near Eaton Hall.
Birmingham (Barber Institute DISPLAY)
34b. (v.1) River
Dee near Eaton Hall. (26x33) Petworth (Petworth House)
34b. (v.2) River Dee near Eaton Hall. (25x30) Private-1953
34c. River Dee with Anglers. (28x46) The Courtauld Institute, London (STORE).
34c. (v.2) River Dee with Anglers. (19x25) Aberystwyth (National Library of Wales. ex-Koetser).
34c. (v.3) River Dee with Anglers. (18x24) Agnew-1953.
34c. (v.5) River
Dee with Anglers. (24x29) Private-1953.
34c. (v.6) River Dee with Anglers. (20x26; ?
Wilson) Private-1953.
34c. (v.6) River
Dee with Anglers. (14x18; ?Wilson) Brighton Art Gallery.
35a. Holt Bridge on the River Dee.
London (National Gallery DISPLAY).Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
35b. Valley of the Dee near Chester. London (National Gallery DISPLAY).
36a Dinas Bran I. (79x96)
New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art DISPLAY). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
36a. (v.1) Dinas Bran I (34x41) Adelaide (National Gallery of SA DISPLAY) (ex-Hyland, Sydney)
36a. (v.2) Dinas Bran I (23x30; ?Wilson) Hull (Ferens Art Gallery)
36b. Dinas Bran II.
Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).
37a. View between Dolgellau and Barmouth. (36x53) Sassoon-1953
37b (v I-1) Llyn Peris and Dolbadarn Castle Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
37b. (v.I-2)
Dolbadarn Castle. (36x50) Lady Congleton-1953.
37b. (v.I-3)
Dolbadarn Castle. (23x31) Private-1953.
37b. (v.II-1)
Dolbadarn Castle (17x21) Butterwick-1953.
37b. (v.II-2) Llyn Peris and Dolbadarn Castle (30x50) Exeter (Royal Albert Museum IN STORE) ex-Collingwood.
37b. (v.) Dolbadarn Castle. (34x52)
Melbourne (National Gallery of Victoria)
38a. Dover Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).
38b.
Dover. (17x21) New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art DISPLAY)
38b. (v.) Dover. (39x55; ?Wilson). Cooper-1953

38c. Farm with a Pond. (7x9 on copper). Evans-1982
39a. Hillside and Plain. (20x27) Leggatt-1953
39b. On Hounslow Heath (?exhibited 1770) (17x21)
London (Tate DISPLAY) N04458. Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
39b. (v.1) Hounslow Heath. (17x20) Private (UK-2010) ex-Agnew
39b. (v.2) Hounslow Heath (17x21)
London (Tate STORE) N05842
39b. (v.3) Hounslow Heath. (15x18) [Private, France. Sold at UK auction, 2008] ex-Nicholls
39c. Houghton Conquest House. (39x49) Private[Tavistock-1982].Present-day view of the ruin
40a. Hills and Castle by an Estuary.(14x46) Bidlake-1953.
40b. View near the Loggerheads, Denbigh (circa 1765-70)
London (Tate STORE) N02989
41a. Kew Gardens: Ruined Arch. (29x19: colour picture in Rawley) Ford Collection.
41a. (v. 1) Kew Gardens: Ruined Arch. (19x29) ex-Marling (Gloucester City Museum).
41b.Kew Gardens: Pagoda and Bridge. New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art DISPLAY). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
42a. Llanberis Pass and Twr Padarn. (17x25; ?
Wilson) Aberystwyth (National Library of Wales IN STORE)
42b.
London from Highgate. (24x39). Booth-1953.
43a. Foundling Hospital. London (Coram Foundation Gallery).
43b.
St. George's Hospital. London (Coram Foundation Gallery).
44a.
Westminster Bridge. (32x54) Philadelphia (Museum of Art IN STORE).
44a. (v. Solkin pl. 5). Westminster Bridge. (28x58) (Private).
44b. View Near London. Ford Collection. Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
45a.
Valley of the Mawddach. (40x42) Liverpool (Walker Art Gallery DISPLAY).
45a (v.1) Valley of the Mawddach.(36x42) Manchester (City Art Gallery DISPLAY)
45a (v.2) Valley of the Mawddach. Cardiff (National Museum of Wales).
45a. (v. untraced) Valley of the Mawddach. (35x40.5) (ex-Worsley-Taylor) Private[1982].
45a. Valley of the Mawddach (35x42; acquired 1989?; may be "v. untraced" above) Cleveland (Museum of Art DISPLAY)
45b. Minchenden House (The house in Enfield, London was demolished in 1853). Private-Leigh (1953). History
46a/b. Moor Park I. Private-Zetland (1982)
46c. Moor Park II. Private-Zetland (1982)
47a. Moor Park.III Private-Zetland (1982).
47b. Neath Castle. 1765-70. Ford Collection. Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
47c. Okehampton Castle. Birmingham (City Art Gallery DISPLAY).
48a. River, Road and Village. Gosford House, Edinburgh (NOT DISPLAYED).
48b. Pembroke Castle Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
48c. Penn Ponds. A View in Windsor Great Park Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
49a.River: Boys Fishing. Newport Corporation Art Gallery)-(1953 ?NOT ON DISPLAY)
This painting, or a version of it, is in the Ford Collection. Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
49b. River with Cliff and Fisherman. Private-Bacon (1953)
50a. River View. (28x36) Private-West (1953)
50a. (v.1) River View. (28x36) Private-Bacon (1953)
50a [(v. 2) River Landscape.]
Cardiff (no longer attrib.Wilson STORE [exhibited Dec8-Apr7, 2002]) (ex-Nettlefold 1946).
50a. (v. oak panel Bury No.21) River View.(30x37) Private-Trowell (1947)
50b. River View with Cader Idris.
Montreal (Museum of Art STORE).
51a. Caernarvon Castle (boys and staff). see also 30b/32. Edinburgh (National Gallery No longer on DISPLAY [was on loan from private collection]).
52a. Okehampton Castle. Manchester (City Art Gallery IN STORE)
51b. River and Ruin. Private-Pascall (1953)
52b Lydford Waterfall Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).
53a. Sandpit in a Glade.(pendant to 53b) Private-Croft (1953)
53b. In the Villa Chigi at Ariccia. aka Sandpit and Ruins in a Glade (28x38) Buscot Park NT, Oxon (DISPLAY).
54a. Syon House from
Richmond Gardens I (43x59) Private-Wilson (1953)
54a. (v.1) Syon House from Richmond Gardens Munich (Neue Pinakothek DISPLAY room 3) (1982)
54a. (v.2) Syon House from
Richmond Gardens I (29x41) Private-Tooth/Agnew ex James (1953)
54a. (v.3) Syon House from
Richmond Gardens I (30x42) Private-Glass (1953)
54b. Syon House from Richmond Gardens II (13x16) Ford Collection Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
54b (versions) Constable (1953) records 12 unseen recorded versions.
55. Snowdon.
Liverpool (Walker Art Gallery DISPLAY)Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
55. (v.)
Snowdon. Nottingham (Castle Museum)
55. Also 1 or 2 untraced versions.
56a. Tabley House. (39x49) Knutsford (Tabley House DISPLAY).Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
56a. (v.)Tabley House. (19x23) Private-Acworth (1953).
57a. The Thames near Marble Hill. (23.5x36.5; ex-E.E. Cook, 1955)
Norwich (Castle Museum).
57a. (v. Solkin 102) The
Thames near Marble Hill, Twickenham. London (Marble Hill House DISPLAY)
57a. (v.)The Thames near Marble Hill, Twickenham (circa 1762) (18x29)
London (Tate STORE) N04874
57a. (v.1) The
Thames near Marble Hill. (22x33) Bodmin (Pencarrow House DISPLAY)
57a. (v.2) The
Thames near Marble Hill. (24x29) Private-Agnew (1953)
57a. (v.3) The
Thames near Marble Hill. (17x29) Private-Spink (1953)
57a. (v.Downey) The
Thames near Marble Hill. (28x35) Private (1953)
57a. (v.Orrock) The
Thames near Marble Hill. (19x28) Private (1953)
57a. Also 5 ?
Wilson versions recorded in Constable (1953)
57b. A View of the Thames (24x30)
London (Tate STORE) N01889
58.
Wilton House from the South-East. (39x57) Salisbury (Wilton House DISPLAY).
58. (v.1)
Wilton House from the South-East. (14x21) Salisbury (Wilton House DISPLAY).
58 (v.2) Wilton House from the SouthEast. New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art STORE)
58. (v.3)
Wilton House from the South-East. (33x42) Private-Dent (1953).
59a.
Wilton House Looking East. (39x57) Salisbury (Wilton House DISPLAY).
59b.
Wilton House: Temple Copse. (39x48) Salisbury (Wilton House DISPLAY).
60a.
Wilton House South View. (39x44) Salisbury (Wilton House DISPLAY).
60b. Wilton House from the East. (39x57) Salisbury (Wilton House DISPLAY).
61a. Windsor Forest (19x29). Lode (Anglesey Abbey DISPLAY)
61b.
Windsor Forest with Lord Albemarle.(13x17) Private-Bacon (1953).
62a.
Woburn Abbey. (32x52) Woburn Abbey.
62b. View over Wynnstay, with Dinas Bran in the distance.
New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art DISPLAY). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
63a. Lago d'Agnano , Oxford (Ashmolean DISPLAY)
63a (v.1)
Lago d'Agnano I. (17x21) New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art DISPLAY)
63a. (v.2) Lago d'Agnano I (17x21) Private-Russell (1953).
63b. Lago d'Agnano II. (18x21)
New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art STORE)
63b. (v.) Lago d"Agnano II (15x19)
London (V & A IN STORE)
64b. Lake Albano and Castel Gandolfo. Port Sunlight (Lady Lever Gallery DISPLAY)
64b. (v.1) Lago Albano and
Castel Gandolfo. (29x39) Private (1953)
64b. (v.2) Lago Albano and
Castel Gandolfo. (29x39) Birmingham (City Art Gallery IN STORE)
65b. Lake Albano.
Washington DC (NGA don 1983 Mellon bt Agnew 1966 ex Spencer-Stanhope)IN STORE
65b.
Constable records 8 untraced versions.
66a. L'Anconetta. (18x28) Private-Bacon (1953)
66a. (v.1) L'Anconetta. (21x31) Private-Stainton (1953)
66a. (v.2) L'Anconetta. (19x29) Private-Stoye (1953)
[66a.
(v.3) L'Anconetta. (?Wilson-Constable1953)Glasgow (Kelvingrove Art Gallery) (DISPLAY, but Gallery closes May 2003)]
66a. A 14x17 version (ex-Harlech, ex-Lowndes-Lodge) was sold at UK auction, 2007]
66a.
(v.6) L'Anconetta. (19x29) Vancouver Art Gallery (IN STORE)
66c. L'Anconetta.
(18x28) Private-Ford (1953)
66c. L'Anconetta. 1763-65 (6x9) Ford Collection. Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
67b. Ariccia. (19x29) Ford Collection.Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
67b. (v.1) Ariccia (19x24; circa 1752-7)
London (Tate STORE) N01097
67b. (v.2) Ariccia. (21x31) ex-Marling (Gloucester City Museum).
68b. Ariccia II. (19x29)
Salisbury (Wilton House DISPLAY)
68b. (v.)Ariccia II. (17x21) Private-Grant (1953)
68c. Ariccia: Fallen Tree. (19x29) Salisbury (Wilton House DISPLAY)
69a. Lake Avernus I. (16x20) ex-Clarke (1953) Auction Sotheby’s Mar 26 2004.[Sold at UK auction, 2008]
69a. (v.1) Lake Avernus I. (17x21) Private-Churchill (1953).
69a. (v.2) Lake Avernus I. (24x31)
Worcester, USA (Art Museum).
69a. (v.3) Lake Avernus ?? NO LONGER OWNED by Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
69a. (v.4) Lake Avernus I. (16x21) Private-Beckett (1953).
69a. (v.5) Lake Avernus I. (16x21) Private-Brocklebank (1953).
69a. (v. ?Wilson) Lake Avernus I. (28x36) Philadelphia Museum of Art (IN STORE).
69b.Lake
Avernus (9x12) London (Tate STORE) N00267
69b. (v.1)
Lake Avernus II. (19x25) Private-Katz (1953).
69b. (v.2) Lake Avernus (a.k.a. "River Landscape") (17x27; ex-Christies 1936-not in Constable [1953])
UK Government Collection.
70a. Lake Avernus III. (24x33) Kettering (Boughton House NOT DISPLAYED)
70b Lake Avernus III. (small sketch)Cardiff (National Museum STORE [exhibited Dec8-Apr7, 2002]).
70c. Lake Avernus IV.(28x35) NO LONGER at Cardiff (National Museum).
70c. (v.1)Lake Avernus IV.Private-Parmelee (1953)
72a. Lake Avernus and the Island of Capri (circa 1760) (19x29) London (Tate DISPLAY) N00304
72b. Lake Avernus and the Isle of Capri. (18x28) Private-Bacon (1953)
72b. (v.2) Lake Avernus and the Isle of Capri. (23x29) Private-exTooth (1953)
Constable (1953) records 4 untraced "Lake Avernus", one of them 48x38.
73a. Bay of Baiae (Cicero's Villa). (17x21) Unknown exFord (1953)
73b. Bay of Baiae (Cicero's Villa). (17x21) Private-Bidlake (1953)
Constable records 6 untraced "Bay of Baiae", one of them 52x72.
75a. Cicero's Villa. (40x54) Manchester (Heaton Hall DISPLAY). [close-up view]
75a. (v.)
Cicero's Villa. (38x56). Private-Abdy (1953)
Note: This latter may be the version currently owned by Yale Centre for British Art (STORE)

75b. Temple of Clitumnus. (18x28) ex-Bacon, sold at UK auction, 2008. Private-New York (2010)
75b. (v.1; Bury plate 31) Temple of Clitumnus. (18x26) Aberystwyth (National Library of Wales IN STORE)
75b. (v.2) Temple of Clitumnus. (25x30) Private-Alston (1953)
75b. (v.3) Temple of Clitumnus. (24x29) Private-Alston (1953)
76a. Convent on the Rock. (14x17) Bearsted Collection (Upton House DISPLAY)

76a. (v.1) Convent on the Rock. (14x18) ex-Marling (Gloucester City Museum)
76a. (v.2) Convent on the Rock. (14x17) Private-Holmes (1953)
76a. (v.3) Convent on the Rock. (14x17) Private-Brocklebank (1953)
76a. (v.4) Convent on the Rock. (14x17) Private-Katz (1953)
76a. (v.5) Convent on the Rock. (7x9) Private-Beckett (1953)
76b. Villa Emiliana. Ford Collection. Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
76b. (v.1) Villa Emiliana (13x17). Gosford House, Edinburgh (NOT DISPLAYED).
77a. Torre del Fiscale (12x10) ex-Marling (Gloucester City Museum)
77b. Grove in Italy (21x17). Private-Grant (1953)
78a. Torre del Grotte. (21x29) Bodmin (Pencarrow House DISPLAY)
78a. (v.1) Torre del Grotte. (22x29) Currently on the market (ex-Bacon)- Mitchell,
London.
78a (v.2) Torre del Grotte. (18x30) Malton, York (Scampston Hall DISPLAY).
78a. (v.3) Torre del Grotte. (18x27, ?Wilson). Private-Hubbard (1953)
79b. Gypsies. (13x16) Ford Collection. Signed and dated 1771Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
79b. (v.1) Gypsies (17x19). Private-Grant (1953)
79b (v.2) Gypsies. (13x16)
Cambridge (Anglesey Abbey)
80a. Grove and Sunlit Landscape (12x16). Private-Ford (1953)
80a. (v.1) Grove and Sunlit Landscape (14x12). Private-Wallis (1953)
80b. Hadrian's Villa. Manchester (City Art Gallery IN STORE)
80b. (v.2). Hadrian's Villa (8x11) Private-Beal USA (1953)
81a. Hadrian's Villa (14x10; circa 1765)
London (Tate STORE) N00302
81a. (v.1). Hadrian's Villa (17x14) Private-Ford (1953)
81a. (v.2). Hadrian's Villa (17x14) ex-Marling (Gloucester City Museum)
81a. (v.3). Hadrian's Villa (17x14, ?
Wilson) Private-exGrant (1953)
Note: A version of Hadrian's Villa is owned by Yale Centre for British Art (STORE) and a 12x10 version (Private) was shown in the 2010 Feigen exhibition

82a. The Hermitage. (24x32) Hagley Hall (1953)
82a. (v.1) The Hermitage. (24x32) Petworth House (1953)
82a. (v.2) The Hermitage. (24x32) Private-? (1953)
82a (v.3) The Hermitage (Garden of the Villa Madama).
Cardiff (National Museum STORE). (ex-Nettlefold 1946).
82a. (v.4) The Hermitage. (24x32) Private-Stainton (1953)
82a. (v.5) The Hermitage. (26x32, ?
Wilson) Private-?Wales (1953)
82a. [A 27x32 version was sold at auction, 2007 (provenance?)]
82a. (v.6) The Hermitage. (24x32, ?
Wilson) Private-?London (1953)
82a. (v.7) The Hermitage. (25x33, ?
Wilson) Private-exScarsdale (1953)
Constable (1953) records 4 untraced "Hermitage".
82b. Tomb of the Horatii and Curatii (19x28).
Salisbury (Wilton House DISPLAY)
82b. (v.1) Tomb of the Horatii and Curatii (20x28). ex-Marling (Gloucester City Museum)
82b. (v.2) Tomb of the Horatii and Curatii (18x27). Private-Arthur Ford (1953)
83a. Baths of Ischia, near Naples (18x22)
London (Tate STORE) N02646. Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
84a. Capriccio Landscape with Lake, Castle and Hills. (23x29) Private [New York-2010].
84b. Lake and Castle on a Hill. Cambridge (Anglesey Abbey)
85a.Lake and Castle (Villa Adriana). (17x21) Private-Lloyd (1953) [Sold at UK auction, 2008]

85b.
Lake, Castle and Mountains. (32x50) Private-Beckett (1953)
86a. Lake, Ruin and Pine Trees (27x35)
London (Tate DISPLAY) NO6267 (ex-Sassoon)
86b.
Lake, Tomb and Weeping Willow (40x50) Minneapolis (Institute of Arts) (1953)
87a. Maecenas' Villa, Tivoli (14x10; circa 1756-7)
London (Tate STORE) N00303
87a. (v.1) Villa of Maecenas (17x13). ex-Marling (Gloucester City Museum)
87a. (v.2) Villa of Maecenas (21x17, ?
Wilson). Private-Holmes (1953)
87a. (v.3) Villa of Maecenas (17x14, ?
Wilson). Private-exGrant [see 81a-v.3, pair] (1953)
88a.
Lake, Villa and Pine Trees [Villa Medici] (24x33). Kettering (Boughton House) (NOT DISPLAYED)
88a. (v.)
Lake, Villa and Pine Trees (?size). Private-? (1953)
89. Temple of Minerva Medici. (19x24) 1753-4. Ford Collection. Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
90a. Narni: Broken Bridge. (16x27) Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery(ex-Meyer)
90b. Vale of Narni. (26x19) Private [Ford].Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
91a.Lake Nemi. (17x21) Private-Robinson (1953)
91a (v.) Lake Nemi. (12x16) Private-Grant (1953)
92a. Head of Lake Nemi (24x29) Private-Agnew (1953)
92a. (v.1) Head of
Lake Nemi (15x20) Private-Gooden and Fox (1953)
92a. (v.2) Head of
Lake Nemi (17x21) Private-Brocklebank (1953)
92a. (v.3) Head of
Lake Nemi (13x17, ?Wilson) Private-Barbizon House (1953)
92a. (v.4) Head of
Lake Nemi (25x30) Private-Agnew (1953)
92b.
Lake Nemi with Monte Cavo. (?size) Private-Charteris (1953)
93a.
Lake Nemi: Figures Bathing I (24x33) Private-von Hirsch, Basel (1953)
93a. (v.1) Lake Nemi: Figures Bathing I (24x29) Ford Collection. Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
93b.
Lake Nemi: Figures Bathing II (25x30) Private-Cemlyn Jones (1953)
93b. (v.)
Lake Nemi: Figures Bathing II (18x29) Private-Charrington (1953)
94a. (v.1 or 3) Landscape with Two Friars (17x21) [Sold at UK auction, 2008]
94b. Lake Nemi with Two Friars. (19x28) Signed and dated 1768. Ford Collection. Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
94b. (v.1) Lake Nemi with Two Friars (17x21) Private-Baring (1953)

94b. (v.2)
Lake Nemi with Two Friars (20x25, ?Wilson) Private-Agnew (1953)
94b. (v.3)
Lake Nemi with Two Friars (17x21, ?Wilson) Private-Turner (1953)
94b. (v.4)
Lake Nemi with Two Friars (13x18, ?Wilson) Private-Gooden and Fox (1953)
95a. Lake Nemi from a Convent Garden. (17x21)
New York (Metropolitan Museum of Art STORE)
Constable (1953) records 13 untraced "
Lake Nemi", inc 17x21, 17x22, 24x30, 17x24, 24x29, 39x53.
96a. Strada Nomentana (circa 1765-70)
London (Tate STORE) N00301
96a. (v. Booth/Munro) Strada Nomentana (20x30) Private (1953)
96b.
Via Nomentana. (18x23) Oxford (Magdalen College IN STORE).
96b. (v.1) Via Nomentana.
(17x20) Cook, Buscot House (1953)
96b. (v.) Via Nomentana.
Bournemouth (Russell-Cotes Art Gallery IN STORE)
97a. Pine Trees near the Coast (17x25) Nettlefold on loan to Cardiff (1953)NO LONGER THERE
97a. (v.)Pine Trees near the Coast (16x21) Private-Parker (1953)
[97b. Plain and Rocky Hills-
now attrib. W. Hodges "Fort Gwalior"] San Marino, CA (Huntington Art Gallery)
[98a. Weir on the River Po near Ferrara] Oxford (Ashmolean IN STORE).
98b. (v.) Weir on the
Po (17x21, ?Wilson) Hanover Provincial Museum (1953)
99a. Ponte d'Augusto, Rimini. Malton, York (Scampston Hall DISPLAY)
99a. (v.1) Ponte d'Augusto, Rimini (18x28). New Zealand-Dunedin Gallery
99a. (v.2) Ponte d'Augusto,
Rimini (19x29). Private-de Madeiros, Lisbon (1953)
99a. (v.3) Ponte d'Augusto, Rimini. (17x28) Cambridge (Fitzwilliam: IN STORE) listed as "after Wilson"
99a. (v.4) Ponte d'Augusto,
Rimini (24x30).Washington DC-Smithsonian (1953)
[99a. (v.5) Ponte d'Augusto, Rimini.] (16x29) Oxford (Ashmolean IN STORE).
99a. (v.6) Ponte d'Augusto,
Rimini (17x28, ?Wilson). Port Sunlight (Lady Lever Gallery IN STORE)
Constable (1953) records 10 untraced "Bridge at
Rimini", inc 17x28, 20x24, 16x28, 18x23 and 19x27
99b. River with Bathers, Cattle and a Ruin. (36x56)
San Marino, CA (Huntington Art Gallery DISPLAY)
99b. (v.1) Landscape with Bathers, Cattle and Ruin (23x29; circa 1770-5)
London (Tate STORE) N01290
99b. (v.2) River with Bathers, Cattle and Ruin. (25x46; damaged)
Leeds City Art Gallery (1953)
99b. (v.3) River with Bathers, Cattle and Ruin. (24x29) Leicester-Museum and
Art Gallery (1953)
[99b. (??v.4) The Bathers.] Oxford (Ashmolean IN STORE ex Meyerstein 1953).
99b. (v.Bury plate 16) Boys Bathing (8x8) Private (1947)
100a. Summer Evening I (River View: On the Arno) (35x49) Petworth House.
100a. (v.1) Summer Evening I (34x50) Paxton House, Berwick.
100a. (v. not catalogued) Summer Evening I. Gosford House, Edinburgh (DISPLAY)
100a. (v.2) Summer Evening I (?Wilson; 26x39) Dublin.(National Gallery DISPLAY)
100a. (v.3) Summer Evening I (?Wilson; 20x32)
Melbourne (National Gallery)
100a. (v. Solkin pl.114). Summer Evening I (8x10) Private-? (1982)
100a. (v.?) Summer Evening I (17x21) On the
UK market in 1999 (sold 2000).
100b. Summer Evening II (33x43) Private-Crawford.(1953)
100b. (v.1). Summer Evening II (39x49)
Boston (Museum of Fine Arts IN STORE)
100b (v.2) River View, on the Arno (?) (17x21; circa 1760)
London (Tate N02647)
100b. (v. Booth) Summer Evening II (21x17) Ford Collection Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
101a. Summer Evening III. (50x42) Manchester (Platt Hall DISPLAY).
101a.Summer Evening III (30x50) Bristol (National Trust Tyntesfield) 101b. Summer Evening IV. (55x82) Southampton (City Art Gallery DISPLAY). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
101b. (v.1) Summer Evening IV (18x30) Private-Courtauld.(1953)
Many other versions of 100/101 are known.
102a. Afternoon [River and Cottage].(17x21)
New York (Metropolitan) (1953)
102b. River and Fishermen. (5x6) Ford Collection. Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
102c. River with Raft. (10x12) Private-Alston (1953)
103a. River and
Farmhouse I. (16x20) London (V & A IN STORE). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
103a. (v.1) River and Farmhouse I (16x20) Private-Arthur Ford. (1953)
103a. (v.2) River and Farmhouse I (16x20) Petworth House.
103a. (v.3) River and Farmhouse I (17x22) (ex-Cook)
Barnard Castle (Bowes Museum)
103b. River and Farmhouse II. (20x29)
Edinburgh (National Gallery of Scotland: STORE).
104a. River with Friars and Ruin (25x30) Private (1953)
104b. River and a Ruin (25x30) Private-Bulkeley-Johnson (1953)
104c. River Mouth with Peasants Dancing I. Unknown owner (1953)
104c. (v.??) Version of "River Mouth with Peasants Dancing I" called "Evening near Naples". (?Wilson) (Gloucester City Museum)
105a. River Mouth with Peasants Dancing II. (33x47) London (V & A IN STORE)
105a. (v. Solkin Fig.22) River Mouth with Peasants Dancing II. (?size) Munich (Neue Pinakothek)
105a. (v.2) River Mouth with Peasants Dancing II. (?Wilson; 27x35) Private-Sabin (1953)
105b. Pastoral Scene with Musicians. Oxford (Ashmolean DISPLAY bq 1962 F.F.Madan; other half of 128a)
106a. River, Coast and Circular Ruin. Signed 1765 (30x39) Ford Collection Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
106a. (v.1) River, Coast and Circular Ruin. ("Italian landscape (morning)") (28x37) New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art DISPLAY [Ex-Cook: Plate 106a in Constable is this version]).Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
106a. (v.2) River, Coast and Circular Ruin. (25x38) Private-Fuller (1953)
106a. (v.3) River, Coast and Circular Ruin. (18x24) Private-Norris (1953)
106a. (v.4) River, Coast and Circular Ruin. (?
Wilson; 14x21) Detroit (Institute of Arts) (1953)
106b. River, Temple and Broken Bridge. (16x21) Cambridge (Fitzwilliam: IN STORE)
107a.
Rome from the Villa Madama. (38x52) New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art DISPLAY). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
107a. (v.1) Rome from the Villa Madama. (39x52) Ottawa (National Gallery)
107a. (v.2) Rome from the Villa Madama (28x52) Private-Leon (1953)
107a. (v.3) Rome from the Villa Madama (46x66) Private-Young (1953)
107a. (v.4) Rome from the Villa Madama. (17x21) Oxford (Ashmolean DISPLAY bq 1962 F. F. Madan).
107a. (v. Constable 1954) Rome from the Villa Madama (28x52) ex-Deane(Muskerry) Auction Sotheby’s
Mar 26 2004
109b. Rome and the Ponte Molle. (Wilson 38x53) Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY). Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
110a. Rome: St Peter's and the Vatican from the Janiculum (39x55; circa 1753) London (Tate STORE) T01873. Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
110a. (v.1) Rome: St. Peter's and the Vatican from the Janiculum (11x16) Private-Fison (1953)
111a. Rome: St. Peter's and the Vatican from the Janiculum (28x52) Washington (National Gallery)
111a. (v.Constable 1954) Rome: St. Peter's and the Vatican from the Janiculum (28x52) ex-Deane(Muskerry) Auction Sotheby’s Mar 26 2004
111b. Near Rome. (20x29) Ford Collection Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
111b. (v.1) Near Rome. (21x31) Private-Grant (1953)
111b. (v.2) Near Rome. (?Wilson; 23x29) Private-? (1953)
112b. Ruins. (7x6) Bristol (City Art Gallery STORE).
113a. Banks of the Tiber (15x18) Private-Lloyd (1953)
113a. (v.)Banks of the Tiber (?Wilson; 18x24) Leeds (City Art Gallery) (1953)
113b. Tiber with Rome in the Distance (39x54) Private-Ford (1953)
114b. On the Tiber. (14x18) Private-Tooth (1953)
114b. (v.1)On the Tiber. 1760 (17x13) Ford Collection Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
114b. (v.2) On the Tiber. (14x16) Private-Spink (1953)
114b. (v.3) On the Tiber. (10x13) Private-Bacon (1953)
Note: One version of 113 or 114 above is owned by Yale Centre for British Art (STORE)
115. Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna I (39x49) Private-Collingwood (1953)
115. (v.1) Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna I (90x71) Private-Montagu of Ince Hall (1953)
115. (v.2) Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna I (26x22) Philadelphia (Museum of Art) (IN STORE)
115. (v.3) Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna. (40x50) Cardiff (National Museum DISPLAY).
115. (v.4) Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna I (?Wilson; 29x36) Private-? (1953)
115. (v.5) Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna I (90x71) Private-Montagu of Ince Hall (1953)
115. (v.6) Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna I (40x50) Private-? (1953)
115a. (v.5) Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna. (39x49) Boston (Museum of Fine Arts IN STORE)
116b. Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna II (36x47) Private-Lancashire N.Y. (1953)
116b. (v.1) Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna II (27x37) [click on image 5 out of 6] Fort Worth (Kimbell Gallery) ex-Hinkle, Cincinnati. (1953)
116b. (v.2) Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna II (26x37) Private-Baker (1953) [Sold at UK auction, 2008]
116b. (v.3) Tivoli: Temple of the Sibyl and the Campagna. (19x26)Dublin (National Gallery DISPLAY) Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
117a. Tivoli: The Cascatelle. (29x38). Dulwich, near London (Art Gallery) (DISPLAY).
117a. (v.1) Tivoli: Villa of Maecenas. (18x26)Dublin (National Gallery DISPLAY. Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
117a. (v. not in Constable) Tivoli: Cascatelle and Villa of Maecenas (16x29) Seattle (Private) signed "RW".
117b. Villa of Maecenas. Birmingham (Art Gallery IN STORE).
117b. (v.1) Distant view of Maecenas' Villa, Tivoli (48x67; circa 1765) London (Tate STORE) N00108. Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
117b. (v.2) Tivoli: Villa of Maecenas. (30x43) Ford Collection. Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
117b. (v.3) Tivoli: Villa of Maecenas. (48x66) Port Sunlight (Lady Lever Gallery DISPLAY)
117b/119a. (v.4) Tivoli: Villa of Maecenas. (90x71) Private-Montagu of Ince Hall (1953)
117b. (v. not in Constable) Tivoli: Villa of Maecenas (47x56) Terre Haute (Sheldon Swope Art Museum) [quoted in Kidson 1999].
117b. (v. unknown) Tivoli: Villa of Maecenas (47x38) Stockholm (National Museum), acquired in 1933.
117b. (v.5) Tivoli: Villa of Maecenas. (47x67) Private-Grant (1953)
119b. Tower and Broken Bridge (12x10) Private-Vyvyan (1953)
119c. Tower by a Lake (13x11) Private-Vyvyan (1953)
120a. Tower and Bastion by Sea (6x7), Private-Ford (1953)
120b. Town Entrance (6x7), Private-Ford (1953)
121a. Tower by Sea (12x14), Private-Grant (1953)
121b. Village River and Sea in Italy (27x40) Bangor, Wales (Penrhyn Castle: National Trust, DISPLAY)
122a. (v.I-1) The White Monk. (26x30)Toledo (Art Gallery ex Lady Lever Gallery)
122a. (v.I-2) The White Monk. (17x23)Poughkeepsie, NY. (Vassar College Art Gallery; NOT on permanent display).
122a. (v. I-3) The White Monk. (18x23) Private-Bidlake/Ford (1953)
122a. (v. I-4) The White Monk. (17x23) Private-Thacher Wash. DC (1953)
122a. (v. I-5) The White Monk. (18x24) Detroit (Institute of Arts) (1953)
122a. (v. I-6) The White Monk. (16x20) Private-White (1953)
122a. (v. I-7) The White Monk. (25x31) Private-Tooth (1953)
122a. (v. I-8) The White Monk. (?Wilson-18x23) Private-Hall, Ontario (1953)
122a. (v. I-9) The White Monk. (14x18) Private-? (1953)
122b. (v.II-1) The White Monk. (35x50)Houston (Blaffer Fdn ex Agnews).
122b. (v.II-2) The White Monk. (37x52)Cardiff (National Museum STORE). (ex Nettlefold 1946).
122b. (v. Solkin pl.104) The White Monk. (37x51)Northampton, MA, USA (Smith College Museum IN STORE)
123a (v.III-1) The White Monk. (21x27)Denver (Art Museum ex Walter Stoye, Headington) (Sold via Christies, 2001? Sale No 9558)
123a. (v.III-2) The White Monk (40x50). Montreal (Museum of Fine Arts STORE).
123a. (v. III-3) The White Monk. (damaged, 20x27) Private-Drown (1953)
123a. (v. III-4) The White Monk. (35x48) Private-Maxwell-Scott (1953)
123a. (v. III-5) The White Monk. (22x28) Private-Edwards(1953)
123a. (v. III-6) The White Monk. (?Wilson-24x30) Private-? (1953)
123a. (v. III-7) The White Monk. (?Wilson 25x32) London (Royal Academy) Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
123a (v.III-8) The White Monk. (26x32) Sheffield (Graves Art Gallery)
123a. Constable (1953) records 4 further ?Wilson versions, 18x24, 36x50, 17x23 (re-assessed as authentic by Cardiff), 18x25.Exhibition-Cardiff-2014
123b. (v.IV) The White Monk (?Wilson-19x24).Private-Morrison (1953)
125a. The Enchanted Castle (after Claude). (15x24) Gosford House, Edinburgh (NOT DISPLAYED).
125b. Lake and Ruined Castle. (16x18)Cambridge (Anglesey Abbey)
126a. Niagara Falls. (60x72) Wolverhampton (Art Gallery DISPLAY).
127a. A Plain: Evening. (Two figures under a tree) (14x24) Preston (Harris Museum STORE)
127b. Pool with Figures on a Hillock. (14x24) Private-Rae-Smith (1953)
128a. River and Castle: Evening (other half of 105b) (24x19) London (V & A DISPLAY)
128b. Ruin in a Clearing (48x68) Private-Gillespie of Castle Douglas (1953)
128c. Valley and Distant Hills (33x49) Private-Chatterley, Baltimore (1953)
129a. The Cloud (25x30) Private-Dudley-Wallis (1953)
129b. River: Evening (18x24) Private-? (1953)
[130a. River with Distant Hills] (19x27) Private-Ephron N.Y. (1953)
130b. River and Low Hills (17x20) Private-Borenius (1953)
[131a. River with Rocky Banks] (6x8) London (Tate Gallery)
131b. River and a Ruined Bridge (27x39) now known as: Alban Hills Newcastle (Laing Art Gallery DISPLAY). Acquired 1954.ex-Tooth
132a. River, Ruined Bridge and Castle (36x54) Buffalo (Albright-Knox Art Gallery STORE)
132b. Storm with Man under Tree (15x21) Ford Collection Exhibition-Sudbury-2014
133a. Francis Bassett (75x51) Destroyed.
133b. Second Earl of Egremont (?Wilson, 49x39) Dulwich (Art Gallery).
133c. Francis Fauquier (36x28) London (Coram Foundation).
134a. Trevor Lloyd (?Wilson, 50x40) Private-Lloyd (1953)
[134b Sir Nigel Gresley. Now attrib. Pickering] (57x40) Cardiff (National Museum STORE).
134c. John Hamilton Mortimer (?Wilson, 29x24) London (Royal Academy).
136c = 29a/136c [???? Northop now attrib. circle of William Marlow: also, subject is NOT Northop (colour picture in Rawley)] Bath (Corsham Court DISPLAY).
[137a Dolgellau Bridge.] Cardiff (no longer attrib Wilson: STORE).
138c (v) Fair Rosamund's Pond (or Wilderness): St. James' Park. New Haven (Yale Centre for British Art DISPLAY)
139c. River with Fishermen Private (sold Christies 2009)
[141a. Old Shrewsbury Bridge.] Cardiff (no longer attrib Wilson: display Gregynog House, nr Newtown).
[142a. Aquae Albulae, near Tivoli.] Oxford (Ashmolean IN STORE ex Sir C. Holmes 1957).
[142b. The Campagna Rome: Acqua Acetosa.] Cardiff (?attrib STORE).
[142c Coast Scene with Square Tower.] Cardiff (NOT WILSON: STORE).
143a. Lake with Pavilion and Statue (Gloucester City Museum)[Constable "poss. Wilson"].
[145b. Lake and Hills.] Cambridge (Fitzwilliam: IN STORE) ?attrib
Page 69. Self-portrait. Cardiff (rejected by Constable and Museum STORE).
Solkin plate 1. Inner Temple after the Fire. London (Tate STORE)
Solkin plate 6. Landscape with Lake and Cottages. Raleigh [North Carolina Museum of Art DISPLAY].
Solkin plate 72. Landscape Capriccio with Tomb of the Horatii and Curiatii, and the Villa of Maecenas at Tivoli 1754. (39x53) Tokyo (National Museum of Western Art). Addendum in Constable catalogue.
Solkin plate 73. Landscape Capriccio on the via Aemilia. (39x53) Private[Thomas-1982].
Solkin plate 70. Landscape with Venus and Adonis. London (V & A IN STORE). Rejected by Constable 1953 (p.103).
Herrmann page 53. Italian Coast Scene with Wreck. (once attributed to Vernet). Private.
Portrait of Boulter Tomlinson. Cardiff (National Museum).
Portrait of Captain Michael Everitt Melbourne (National Gallery of Victoria).
Addendum p.240. A View of the Acqua Acetosa. (24x40) Bath (Royal Crescent Museum)

·  Constable, W.G. Richard Wilson. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1953.

W.G.Constable, 'Richard Wilson, Some Pentimenti', Burlington Magazine, 1954, Vol. 96, p.147
Herrman, L. British Landscape Painting of the Eighteenth Century London: Faber, 1973.
Rawley, T. British Painting Phaidon, 1976.