Gallery

The Gallery contains a selection of our traditional and impressionist oil paintings, watercolours and drawings. Please click on the thumbnail image to view a larger illustration.

Pictures are listed alphabetically by artist`s surname.

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Click to Enlarge Richard Hayley LEVER, RBA (1875 - 1958)
Morning Haze, St. Ives
Oil on canvas. Signed.
Provenance: Private collection, New York. Richard Hayley Lever is recognised as one of the most important and innovative painters working in St. Ives in the first decade of the 20th Century. Cornwall was at the forefront of British art at this time and St. Ives, where Lever spent 15 years, was renowned worldwide as a centre for seascape and landscape painting. In this beautifully executed example, Lever has skilfully accentuated the darker foreground shapes of the boats and harbour in contrast with the soft haze that suffuses the water, sky and buildings on the shore.
10” x 12½” (25.4 cm x 31.8 cm)


Click to Enlarge W. Stuart LLOYD, RBA (flourished 1875 - 1926)
Richmond Castle, 1902
Watercolour. Signed.
11½” x 35½” (29.2 cm x 90.2 cm)


Click to Enlarge Claude MARKS (fl. 1899 - 1915)
Clovelly
Watercolour. Signed.
20½” x 14½” (52.2 cm x 36.8 cm)


Click to Enlarge Julius OLSSON, RA PROI RBA NEAC RWA (1864 - 1942)
Antibes, Côte d’Azur
Oil on panel. Signed.
Provenance: The artist’s family. Inscribed verso: “Property of Mrs. Julius Olsson”.
17¼” x 23¼” (43.8 cm x 59 cm)


Click to Enlarge John Anthony PARK, ROI RBA (1878 - 1962)
Return of the Fishing Boats, St. Ives
Oil on panel. Signed.
Park arrived in St. Ives at the age of 19 and was taught by the impressionist seascape painter, Julius Olsson, who, with Louis Monro Grier, had founded an art school in his studio overlooking Porthmeor Beach. Olsson encouraged his young pupil to broaden his horizons by enrolling at l’Atelier Colarossi in Paris to study with Delacluse. On his return to St. Ives, Park produced sparkling paintings of the town, its busy harbour and surrounding countryside, winning considerable acclaim. With a vibrant impressionist touch, he excelled at depicting the colourful hulls of the working boats and the changing effects of reflection and light on the water. He was a regular exhibitor at the principal galleries, including The Royal Academy, where he showed 72 works.
15” x 19” (38.1 cm x 48.3 cm)


Click to Enlarge John Anthony PARK, ROI RBA (1878 - 1962)
A Fisherman’s Home, Downalong, St. Ives
Oil on board. Signed.
15” x 11” (38.1 cm x 27.9 cm)


Click to Enlarge Lexden Lewis POCOCK (1850 - 1919)
In an English Country Garden
Oil on panel. Signed.
A highly accomplished landscape and figure painter, Lexden Lewis Pocock studied at the Slade School under Sir Edward Poynter and, from 1874, at The Royal Academy Schools. He spent two years in Rome, after which he joined the council of the newly founded Dudley Gallery. He exhibited at the principal galleries throughout Britain, including The Royal Academy, The Royal Institute of Oil Painters and The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours. There are examples of his work in the collection of The Victoria & Albert Museum.
13¼” x 19½” (33.7 cm x 49.5 cm)


Click to Enlarge Reginald Daniel SHERRIN (1891 - 1971)
Autumn on the Moor
Bodycolour. Signed.
10¼” x 21¼” (26 cm x 54 cm)


Click to Enlarge Reginald Daniel SHERRIN (1891 - 1971)
Lydford Moor
Bodycolour. Signed.
14¼” x 20½” (36.2 cm x 52.2 cm)


Click to Enlarge Wendy L. STEVENSON (1950 - 2003)
Cooling Off
Watercolour. Signed.
13¾” x 19¾” (34.9 cm x 50.2 cm)

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