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 Julie BRETT (1939 - 2010)
Rocky Shore
Pastels. Signed.
11” x 15¼” (27.9 cm x 38.8 cm)

Click to Enlarge Julie BRETT (1939 - 2010)
Winter Morning on The Fowey
Pastels. Signed.
6” x 6” (15.2 cm x 15.2 cm)

Click to Enlarge Julie BRETT (1939 - 2010)
Godrevy Lighthouse
Pastels. Signed.
9½” x 18¾” (24.2 cm x 47.7 cm)

Click to Enlarge Charles Edward BRITTAN, Jnr. (1870 - 1949)
Roborough Down
Watercolour. Signed.

9¼” x 13¼” (23.5 cm x 33.7 cm)

Click to Enlarge Herbert Edward BUTLER (1861 - 1931)
Weighing the Catch, Polperro
Watercolour. Signed.
10” x 14” (25.4 cm x 35.6 cm)

Click to Enlarge Edith BYERS (1871 - 1956)
Portrait of a Young Woman
Charcoal. Signed and dated 1901.
12¾” x 9¾” (32.4 cm x 24.8 cm)

Click to Enlarge Christopher CLARK, RI (1875 - 1942)
Great Britain, 1932
Gouache. Signed and dated.
The original artwork for a London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) advertising poster. Inscribed: “Great Britain Sporting and Social Events”.
13¼” x 12½” (33.7 cm x 31.8 cm)

Click to Enlarge Nicholas Matthew CONDY (1816 - 1851)
Plymouth Sound from Mount Wise
Watercolour and bodycolour. Signed.
The historically strategic site of Mount Wise affords a glorious view across Plymouth Sound towards Mount Edgcumbe and the sheltered deep water anchorage of Barn Pool. On the left is the famous Royal William victualling yard. Built between 1825 and 1835 as the supply stores for the Royal Navy, this was one of the most important industrial complexes in the country.
9¼" x 13¾" (23.5 cm x 34.9 cm)

Click to Enlarge William COX (1866 - 1939)
The Fishing Fleet, St. Ives
Pastels. Signed.
17½” x 21½” (44.5 cm x 54.6 cm) oval.

Click to Enlarge Maud EARL (1864 - 1943)
Best of Spirits
1920s printed advertisement for James Buchanan Black & White Whisky.
Maud Earl became famous during the Victorian Era for her accurate portrayal of dog breeds. She was born in London into a family of artists and, from a young age, was taught to draw and paint by her father. Her work won wide international recognition. She exhibited at The Royal Academy and developed a select clientèle, including Queen Victoria and other members of the Royal Family.
14½” x 17½” (36.8 cm x 44.5 cm)

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