Not on display
Turner’s viewpoint is the south-western perimeter of the outer circle, little of which survives on that side. The stone seen leaning away here at the centre has since been set upright, and a trilithon next to it in the central ‘horseshoe’ has been re-erected. By coincidence, the angle is similar to that shown in one of two drawings made at Stonehenge by John Constable in July 1820 (Victoria and Albert Museum).1
Graham Reynolds, The Later Paintings and Drawings of John Constable, New Haven and London 1984, p.49 no.20.17, pl.144.