It explores how the war impacted Leader's later life along with how the war changed how well his art was received with more of a yearning towards scenes of the English countryside and what soldiers had fought for.
A painting in the exhibition called The River Llugwy near Bettws-y-Ceod is on loan from the Queen. It from her Royal Collection as it was bought by King George V.
One of the paintings showing Worcester Cathedral
Leader painted on the banks of the Severn River in Worcester with his father's friend, the famous landscape artist John Constable. He was affected by the First World Was as his son Benjamin Eastlake Leader, who was also a painter, was killed in action.
The exhibition looks at how World War One changed the importance of Leader's paintings