The purpose of the Cornwall Artists Index is to preserve and make accessible the invaluable history of the art and artists of Cornwall. The index is an invaluable and ever-growing database of artists known to have worked in the county.
Hayle Gallery - St Ives and Newlyn School Cornish Art - Cornwall
artists traditional and modern paintings
Welcome to Hayle Gallery
Our online gallery consists of a broad range of original
paintings with Cornish provenance, dating from the 19th century
to the present day. We have hundreds of satisfied clients
throughout the UK and are always pleased to offer guidance and
advice to those wishing to buy or sell original art. We can also
offer assistance with cleaning, conservation and framing, please
us for further details.
All works on this website are available (where indicated) to
purchase. Delivery within the UK is FREE, and all
purchases are subject to 14 days approval (should you
wish to return a painting, for any reason). New additions to our
extensive inventory will be added frequently, so please remember
to bookmark us and visit again.
Right: A dramatic view of
the Cornish coast by Alfred
Leonard Fuller &
An extensive and very important collection of
portraits by the renowned St Ives artists Marjorie Mostyn
and Leonard Fuller at affordable prices.
As St Ives art enthusiasts will know, Marjories' familiar name
was Nancy, and she was married to Fuller. The couple taught art
at their school of painting in St Ives and were long serving
members of the St Ives Society of Artists (STISA). This rare
collection includes over 100 original works.
Whilst the majority of our inventory
is given to traditional art, we are very pleased to offer a good
selection of modern works by the following artists:
Ward (b1945) - Eric Ward's pictures continue the best
traditions of the St Ives School of Painting exemplified by the
great artists of the past...
Insoll (b1956) - Chris attended Chelsea School of Art and
Falmouth School of Art before establishing himself in Portscatho,
based in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula on the South Cornish
Autumn Window Box
Blagg (b1937) - Peter lived and worked in Cornwall in the
early 1960's and in 1963 had a solo exhibition at the Newlyn Art
Gallery instigated and promoted by the curator, Michael Canney, and
visited and supported by Peter Lanyon, Roger Hilton and other
companions in the Newlyn Society of Artists.
White Water - Trebarwith
Taylor (b1947) - Peter was born in Clitheroe, Lancashire,
in 1947. He is very well known in his native county and nowadays
spends much time painting in Cornwall.