Turner painting goes on display

It is regarded as the defining image of Brighton in the 1800s. A stunning watercolour by the famous fine artist Turner is now on display in the city which inspired it.

Turner watercolour on display at Royal Pavilion

Click video. It is regarded as the defining image of Brighton in the 1800s. A stunning watercolour by the famous fine artist Turner is now on display in the city which inspired it.

Brighthelmston, Sussex, was painted in Brighton in 1824 - and it's now on hung alongside other pieces of his work for the first time in more than 100 years. Charlotte WIlkins has been to take a look.