A painting, thought to be by one of Britain's most famous artists, has been found in an old store cupboard at a school in Sussex.
The seascape is believed to be the work of landscape artist John Constable.
It was found by a pupil at Roedean School in Brighton, and could be worth half a million pounds.
Malcolm Shaw reports
Malcolm spoke to senior deputy headteacher Richard Chamberlain, student Mary McHarg and artist and curator Peter Harrap.