One rivalry changed the landscape in English art

Joseph Mallord William Turner's "Rockets and Blue Lights (Close at Hand) to Warn Steamboats of Shoal Water," 1840. Oil on canvas. (Clark Art Institute)
Joseph Mallord William Turner's "Rockets and Blue Lights (Close at Hand) to Warn Steamboats of Shoal Water," 1840. Oil on canvas. (Clark Art Institute)
Joseph Mallord William Turner, "Brunnen, from the Lake of Lucerne," 1845. (Clark Art Institute)
Joseph Mallord William Turner, "Brunnen, from the Lake of Lucerne," 1845. (Clark Art Institute)
John Constable, "The Wheat Field," 1816. (Clark Art Institute)
John Constable, "The Wheat Field," 1816. (Clark Art Institute)
John Constable, "Osmington Village," 1816-17. (Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection)
John Constable, "Osmington Village," 1816-17. (Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection)
Joseph Mallord William Turner, "Saumur from the Île d'Offart, with the Pont Cessart and the Chateau in the Distance," c. 1830. (Clark Art Institute)
Joseph Mallord William Turner, "Saumur from the Île d'Offart, with the Pont Cessart and the Chateau in the Distance," c. 1830. (Clark Art Institute)
John Constable, "Yarmouth Jetty," c. 1822–23. (Clark Art Institute)
John Constable, "Yarmouth Jetty," c. 1822–23. (Clark Art Institute)
Joseph Mallord William Turner, "Wolf's Hope, Eyemouth," c. 1835. (Clark Art Institute)
Joseph Mallord William Turner, "Wolf's Hope, Eyemouth," c. 1835. (Clark Art Institute)