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Art Galleries in Hayle

Alan Coombe Fine Art

Alan Coombe Fine Art
www.alancoombe.co.uk

The town of Hayle now easily boasts more traditional Cornish art than any other town in the county. Just a small distance apart, Hayle Gallery and Alan Coombe Fine Art always have over 400 paintings on display...


Cornwall Artists Index

Cornwall Artists Index

The story of art in Cornwall

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.


Women Artists in Cornwall

Helen Hoyle's website 'Women Artists in Cornwall' features short articles exploring women artists in Cornwall, both past and present.

cornishmuse.blogspot.co.uk


Lydia Gwennap - a Cornish masterpiece uncovered...

Lydia Gwennap - a Cornish masterpiece uncovered...

Original wildlife paintings by Peter Barrett
Wildlife Illustrations - a unique collection of original wildlife paintings by Peter Barrett

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The Red Sail Gallery

The Red Sail Gallery
Modern British art with a strong focus on Cornish works...


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George Gordon Byron Cooper

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George Gordon Byron Cooper (1850-1933)

Summer Time, St Ives Bay.
 
St Ives Bay from Carbis Bay, circa 1890. Watercolour, 18ins x 12ins. Presented in a superb period frame.
 
Carbis means "cart bridge" and there was a stone bridge over the stream at Carbis Bay in olden days. Legend has it that when plague was raging in St. Ives in 1640 the country folk brought food for St. Ives, leaving it on or under the bridge, and the money to pay was left in the water - to be purified. The beach was called Barripper or Porthrepta, or Carrack Gladden Cove and was only used by fishermen. Carbis river splashed out of the valley and wound its way across the sand to the sea, dividing the beach.

Medium: Watercolour - Frame: Yes - Size: 18ins x 12ins - Status: SOLD

Guide price: SOLD

George Gordon Byron Cooper


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