Constable's masterpiece is displayed in Pembrokeshire alongside other examples of landscape art.
Constable considered Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows to be the culmination of his artistic achievement, and was the painting for which he hoped to be remembered. After it was acquired with Art Fund support in 2013, this incredible 'six footer' began a five-year tour of the UK.
For its showing in Wales the piece is joined by a selection of other landscape works that have connections to the area; for example, paintings of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park by Constable's great rival, Joseph Mallord William Turner, who visited west Wales in 1795. Works by David Lucas and Graham Sutherland also feature.