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135 George Wyndham, 3rd Earl of Egremont of Petworth House was a patron of painters such as JMW Turner and John Constable.
Sussex also has some of the best-known independent schools in England including Christ's Hospital School, Brighton College, Eastbourne College, Lancing College and Roedean School.
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Yeats spent three winters living with American poet Ezra Pound at Colemans Hatch in the Ashdown Forest 88 and towards the end of his life spent much time at Steyning and Withyham; 89 John Galsworthy spent much of his life in Bury in the Sussex.