A painting by one of Britain's greatest artists has been discovered in Dorset.
The nine inch watercolour was discovered in a cardboard folio of prints and has been confirmed as an original piece by John Constable.
It is expected to sell for more than £5000 when it is put up for auction on 26th September.
Experts believe the painting dates back to 1803.
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