Cornwall’s Fisherfolk: Art and Artifice

by Mary O’Neill


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About this book:

In this comprehensive study of the depiction of Cornwall’s fisherfolk in the ‘Newlyn School’ paintings, O’Neill investigates the ways home, work, costume and Methodism were portrayed amidst the backdrop of national and international concerns. Fully illustrated and researched this is a valuable addition to what we know about the greats of the ‘Newlyn School’.

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