Museums and Exhibitions

Since Constant began painting in the early part of the twentieth century, his works of art have been exhibited in museums around the world. In the 1920’s, when Constant moved to New York and immersed himself within the City’s rich culture, his artwork flourished and he would eventually become known as the “artist of ideas”.

Constant’s rare talent combined with an exceptional mastery of graphics, watercolors and oils had critics raving. His artwork spread quickly and he was often invited to exhibit his work in one-man shows around the world. To this day, Constant’s magical ability to transform canvas lives on as his work is displayed in galleries, museums and public institutions around the world.

For a complete list of exhibitions, please explore the links below:

Sea, Sun and Sky
Shilling Purchase Prize (1957)

John Sloan
Library of Congress Purchase Prize(1947)