More than 40 pictures and paintings by John Constable are being shown for the first time - together - in Sussex where some of them were painted.
The exhibition is at Petworth House which was visited by Constable in 1834. Charlotte Wilkins reports.
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.
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.