Paintings by feuding artists reunited

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Paintings by feuding artists reunited

The two artists had a disagreement over which painting was given prominence. 

Constable's 'Salisbury Cathedral From The Meadows' and Turner's 'Caligula's Palace And Bridge' were first shown side-by-side in the year they were painted.

They're now back together at Tate Britain.

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