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Two highly important Cornish paintings are back in the county after a long absence.
Richard Lannowe Hall studied at Guildford College of Art, North East London College of Art and the Royal Academy of Art, and has painted and exhibited regularly since then, with inclusions in the RA summer shows.
Never without a sketchbook to hand, Cornish outsider artist Dyson loved to draw. He was a much loved and respected artist in Cornwall and a regular visitor to Falmouth Art Gallery, which has a collection of his works.
We will soon add multiple works from the studios of three artists with strong Cornish connections. We are very pleased to present these unique artworks which celebrate the achievements of three 20th century British artists.
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Julian's work is colourful, cheerful, often "edgey" and sits squarely in the 'Outsider Art' genre which is variously described as naive, primitive or folk art.
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If you're visiting St Ives in the next week or so don't miss the Penny Rumble exhibition "WE’RE ALL AT SEA" in the town's historically important Crypt Gallery. The Crypt is where it all started in terms of St Ives Modernism, where artists like Peter Lanyon, Patrick Heron and Bryan Wynter established their illustrious careers.
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Christine was raised in St Ives, Cornwall. Drawing and painting has always been an important thread throughout her life. A natural way to express herself from childhood to the present day. Most of her work is in acrylic, occasionally mixed media, where she creates atmospheric and expressive interpretations of her experiences and environment...
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Elizabeth has loved to paint throughout her life on a daily basis and it is a source of joy and constant exploration for her. The sheer pleasure she derives and the passion she feels comes across in the diverse subject matter and vibrant colours of her work. Growing up in a small village in Cambridgeshire Elizabeth spent long days walking and cycling out in the fields and lanes.