The Terminus, Penzance Station, Cornwall, 1925 by Stanhope Alexander Forbes (Irish Realist Painter, 1857-1947)

The Terminus, Penzance Station, Cornwall, 1925 by Stanhope Alexander Forbes (Irish Realist Painter,

Peter Adderley - Rather Mew

Browse through images in MGL Meiklejohn Graphics Licensing's Peter Adderley collection. Peter Adderley works in a studio attached to his home in North Devon, England.

Lady Munnings Riding a Grey Hunter (Magnolia) Side-Saddle, with Her Dogs on Exmoor by Sir Alfred Munnings

Lady Munnings Riding a Grey Hunter ('Magnolia') Side-Saddle, with Her Dogs on Exmoor by Alfred James Munnings

Sir Alfred James Munnings (1878 - 1959) was known as one of England's finest painters of horses, and as an outspoken enemy of Modernism. He was elected president of the Royal Academy of Art in 1944.

Sir Alfred James Munnings - was known as one of England's finest painters of horses, and as an outspoken enemy of Modernism. He was elected president of the Royal Academy of Art in My great great uncle!

Stanhope Alexander Forbes - The Village Street, Newlyn about 1925

The Village Street Newlyn 1925 ~ Stanhope Alexander Forbes ~ (Irish 1857 –

Called knockers in Cornwall, tommyknockers were small dwarf-like creatures who worked in the mines, tapping away and making strange noises deep in the rocks. Welsh mine goblins are not unlike the Knockers of Cornwall. Although usually seen as quite ugly and standing only 18 inches high, they are perceived as being friendly and helpful. They know where rich lodes of ore may be found

Called knockers in Cornwall, tommyknockers were small dwarf-like creatures who…

'MORNING AT LAMORNA COVE, CORNWALL' | Samuel John Lamorna Birch     ✫ღ⊰n

thorsteinulf: “ Samuel John Lamorna Birch - Morning at Lamorna Cove, Cornwall ”

'THE QUARRY TEAM' | Stanhope Forbes: in the 'Cornish Light' 2015 exhibition. ✫ღ⊰n

Stanhope Forbes, The Quarry Team, 1894 Cornish Light: Nottingham 1894 Revisited: 20 June – 5 September 2015

This is the tombstone of the St Ives artist Alfred Wallis. Celebrated for his 'primitive' style of painting Wallis died in the poor house in Madron. It was the artistic fraternity in St Ives who clubbed together to make sure Wallis did not end up in a pauper's grave and they who made this elaborate tombstone. The tiles are by Bernard Leach and depict the tiny mariner at the foot of a lighthouse. The grave is in Barnoon Cemetery which overlooks the rugged Porthmeor beach and more recently the

This is the tombstone of the St Ives artist Alfred Wallis.

David Muddyman - Old Bessie II, Trewellard, Penwith, Cornwall - Indian ink, acrylic ink and watercolour on paper (approx 25cm x 23cm)

David Muddyman - Old Bessie II, Trewellard, Penwith, Cornwall - Indian ink, acrylic ink and watercolour on paper (approx x

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