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Wilhelmina and Stanley in St Ives

The current exhibition in the Penlee Museum in Penzance lasts until 19th November and is certainly worth seeing for many reasons: its variety of styles, the contrasts between her life in Scotland and St Ives, the photographs, her green transparent glaciers and the more abstract endeavours of her later years. 311 more words

Art And Photographic History

Christopher Wood

Christopher moved to Windenburg several weeks ago to live with his cousin Arthur Wilmoth.  He has since reached his senior years and has made his first cameo appearance in ‘Playtime with Silver’. 70 more words

Christopher Wood

Art for my sake and, I hope, yours too: Christopher Wood "Boat in Harbour, Brittany"

I have ancestors from Cornwall and perhaps Britton comes from

Brittany, so there may be something in my blood that draws me to this painting. Christopher Wood cultivated a childlike style, and it’s on wonderful display in this picture- look at the effort to pull anchor and the angelic country women in white in the foreground blocking the view of the anchor- the push of adventure and enterprise, the pull of homesickness and familiar charms, lovely and lively 21 more words

Animals in the Archives

This week we’ve been celebrating Explore Your Archive week over on Twitter by posting stories, gems and facts from the Faculty of Music archives (go to our Twitter feed @JerwoodLib or browse the… 221 more words