The Backs of Houses, Harley Street, London. Algernon Cecil Newton, 1925.

The Backs of Houses, Harley Street, London. Algernon Cecil Newton, 1925.

Algernon Newton, The House by the Canal, 1945 (Harris Museum & Art Gallery)

Algernon Newton, The House by the Canal, 1945 (Harris Museum & Art Gallery)

John Minton (British, 1917-1957) Cornish mining village 27.5 x 37.5 cm. (10 3/4 x 14 3/4 in.)

John Minton (British, 1917-1957) Cornish mining village 27.5 x 37.5 cm. (10 3/4 x 14 3/4 in.)

Farmyard at Soberton, Surrey, 1923 by Sir Charles John Holmes (British 1868–1936)

Farmyard at Soberton, Surrey, 1923 by Sir Charles John Holmes (British 1868–1936)

Harold Steggles, Coborn Street, Bow c.1931. A member of the East London Group of artists.

Harold Steggles, Coborn Street, Bow c.1931. A member of the East London Group of artists.

Alfred Wallis - Sailing ships and two steamers - Newlyn harbour, n.d.    Painting, Oil on board  255 x 489 mm

Alfred Wallis - Sailing ships and two steamers - Newlyn harbour, n.d. Painting, Oil on board 255 x 489 mm


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alfred wallis(1855–1942), cottages in a wood, st ives, c.1935–37. oil on card, 29.5 x 47.5 cm. kettle's yard, university of cambridge, uk http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings/paintings/cottages-in-a-wood-st-ives-139768

alfred wallis(1855–1942), cottages in a wood, st ives, c.1935–37. oil on card, 29.5 x 47.5 cm. kettle's yard, university of cambridge, uk http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings/paintings/cottages-in-a-wood-st-ives-139768

Alfred Wallis was a Cornish fisherman and artist. His parents, Charles and Jane Wallis were from Penzance in Cornwall and moved to Devonport, Devon to find work in 1850. Shortly after Jane Wallis died prompting the family to move back to Penzance. On leaving school Alfred was apprenticed to a basket maker before becoming a mariner in the merchant service by the early 1870s. He sailed on schooners across the North Atlantic between Penzance and Newfoundland.

Alfred Wallis was a Cornish fisherman and artist. His parents, Charles and Jane Wallis were from Penzance in Cornwall and moved to Devonport, Devon to find work in 1850. Shortly after Jane Wallis died prompting the family to move back to Penzance. On leaving school Alfred was apprenticed to a basket maker before becoming a mariner in the merchant service by the early 1870s. He sailed on schooners across the North Atlantic between Penzance and Newfoundland.

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