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Built in 1865, as the home of the Branwell family. Penlee House is home to many paintings by members of the Newlyn School. It is also home to the Penzance Natural History and Antiquarian Society collection.

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Old Almshouses, Lower Market Jew Street, Penzance

Acc.no: PEZPH : 2009.L14


IDENFIFICATION

Full Name: watercolour painting

Brief Description: A depiction of the 1664 Buller Almshouses, demolished in 1832. This watercolour is probably a copy of a work by John Skinner Prout. Charles Eva originally studied at Penzance School of Art, continuing at the Royal College of Art. He later became Acting Principal of the Hammersmith School of Arts and Crafts.


PRODUCTION

Person: Eva, Charles Andrew

Date: b 1867, d 1945

Production Date: (1893 - 1895)

Frame Height: 300 mm

Frame Width: 220 mm

Image Height: 110 mm

Image Width: 130 mm

Medium: watercolour

Support: paper

Frame: wood


Category: Fine Art

If you are interested in learning more about this item please contact us and reference "PEZPH : 2009.L14"

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