Beachy Head by Eric Ravilious
Father and son in Ravilious show
Eric Ravilious' paintings of Sussex focus on the rural landscape and its people.
He painted some of the county's great views - like Cuckmere Haven and the Wilmington Long Man - but also depicted the lives of rural people.
That focus was also shared by his son, James, who made his name as a photographer.
The work of James Ravilious is on show alongside that of his father
James' black and white photographs mainly chronicle life in the west of England.
Over a period of 17 years, he took 80,000 black and white
pictures of rural life
in a small area of North Devon.
Charleston, near Firle, is also staging an exhibition of Eric Ravilious' woodcuts of the Sussex landscape.