Constable once depicts Salisbury Cathedral from different angles. View of Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop’s Grounds is made in 1823, measuring 87.6 cm x 111.8 cm, which is preserved in London Victoria and Albert Art Museum. Made in 1823, this painting is a beautiful work with two tall trees extending from the right and left to the upper part and meeting at the top of the paining. Seen from them, a gray church with spires straightly cuts the clouds and disappears in the blue sky. A few cows are drinking water near the pond and several people are walking along the avenue. The sun is so soft and the environment
spires reach the clouds and disappear in the blue sky. The foreground is an elliptical pond, littered with several cattle drinking water. On the boulevard, someone is walking and the whole painting looks very quiet and elegant.