Christopher Wood: Cornwall

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The Red Cottage, Mousehole, Cornwall (1928) by Christopher Wood

The Red Cottage, Mousehole, Cornwall by Christopher Wood (mutualart)

Porthmeor Beach (1928) by Christopher Wood. Painted on Sunday 26 August during a weekend trip to St Ives with Ben Nicholson. That same evening the two of them discovered Alfred Wallis.

Porthmeor Beach by Christopher Wood. Painted on Sunday 26 August during a weekend trip to St Ives with Ben Nicholson. That same evening the two of them discovered Alfred Wallis.

St Ives, Cornwall (1928) by Christopher Wood

Artworks of Christopher Wood (British, 1901 - from galleries, museums and auction houses worldwide.

Anemones in a Cornish Window (1930) by Christopger Wood, Leeds Art Gallery

Christopher Wood, Anemones in a Cornish Window, Oil on canvas, x cm, © Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) / The Bridgeman Art Library

Newlyn (1930) by Christopher Wood, Glasgow Art Gallery

a painting of a fishing boat moored in a small fishing harbour with harbourside cottages - Christopher Wood, Newlyn,

Still Life with Boats, St Ives, Cornwall (1930) by Christopher Wood, Swindon Art Gallery

Still Life with Boats, St Ives, Cornwall by Christopher Wood, Swindon Art Gallery

PZ 416, Cornwall (1930) by Christopher Wood

Artworks of Christopher Wood (British, 1901 - from galleries, museums and auction houses worldwide.

The Fisherman’s Farewell (1928) by Christopher Wood. The figures are almost certainly Ben and Winifred Nicholson, with their young son Jake (b.1927). In the background is St Ives harbour, where from mid-September until December 1928 Wood rented a cottage near to Alfred Wallis’s.

Christopher Wood ‘The Fisherman’s Farewell’, 1928

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