A blue plaque has been unveiled at a house in Brighton once occupied by legendary artist John Constable. The top floor of the property was used as his painting room and the current owner Peter Harrap also paints there.
His Great great Grandson Richard Constable says Brighton was a huge source of inspiration for the painter.
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