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From revered old masters Gainsborough and Constable through to contemporary trailblazers Maggi Hambling and Ryan Gander, artists of all disciplines have been inspired by the East of England for its unique light, pastoral perfection and tranquil, low-lying sense of place.

Perhaps this centuries-long draw accounts for the high density of gallery and exhibition spaces that regularly attract record numbers to both Suffolk and Norfolk.

From the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts located within the campus of the University of East Anglia, to the Wolsey Art Gallery in Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich, home to the largest collection of Constable paintings outside of London, to Gainsborough’s House in Sudbury, which celebrates the artist’s birthplace through the curation of contemporary exhibitions and workshops, the East offers something for every fan, student and champion of the arts.

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Gallery 3
Ipswich, Suffolk
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Deborah Baynes Pottery Studio
Shotley, Suffolk
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Beyond the Image Photographer’s Gallery
Thornham Magna, Suffolk
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Buckenham Galleries
Southwold, Suffolk
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Artescape
Assington, Suffolk
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Sutton (Windmill) Pottery
Sutton, Norwich
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Kerry Buck
Wicklewood, Norfolk
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East Gallery NUA
28-32 St Andrews Street, Norwich
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Broad Skies Gallery
Ludham Bridge, Norfolk
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Cat Pottery and Railway Junk Yard
North Walsham, Norfolk
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Henstead Arts and Crafts Centre
Beccles, Suffolk
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Lowestoft Porcelain
Lowestoft, Suffolk
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The Quays
Oulton Broad, Suffolk
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Henry Watson’s Pottery
Wattisfield, Suffolk
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The Big Art Gallery
Beccles, Suffolk
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Millhouse Pottery
Harleston, Norfolk
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