Alfred Wallis (1855‑1942)  Voyage to Labrador  ?c.1935-6  Oil on wood

Alfred Wallis 'Voyage to Labrador', A recollection of the artist's seafaring days on transatlantic windjammers and steamers.

Alfred Wallis

Ship by Alfred Wallis. St Ives primitive painter (Born in Plymouth, his work heavily influenced that of Ben Nicholson and Christopher Wood when they discovered it).

'Saltash (or Davenport?)' (1928-30) by English artist Alfred Wallis (1855-1942). Oil & watercolour on watercolour board,  747 x 532 mm. via Kettle's Yard

'Saltash' by English artist Alfred Wallis Oil & watercolour on watercolour board, 747 x 532 mm. via Kettle's Yard

Alfred Wallis - Saltash 1928-1930

'Saltash' by English artist Alfred Wallis Oil & watercolour on watercolour board, 747 x 532 mm. via Kettle's Yard

Alfred Wallis P ship, n.d. Painting, Oil on card 308 x 388 mm

Alfred Wallis P ship, n. Painting, Oil on card 308 x 388 mm

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Alfred Wallis is one of the best known of the St Ives artists. Born in 1855 it was not until the and after the death of his wife that he began painitng in his 'primitive' / 'niave' style.

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Ship by Alfred Wallis. St Ives primitive painter (Born in Plymouth, his work heavily influenced that of Ben Nicholson and Christopher Wood when they discovered it).

Alfred Wallis, wrth gwrs!

Alfred Wallis, White Houses, Hales Down, near St Ives,

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Alfred Wallis 'Voyage to Labrador', A recollection of the artist's seafaring days on transatlantic windjammers and steamers.

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Alfred Wallace - White House and Cottages, the Old House, Porthmeor Square, St Ives

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