Under the Open Sky
This lecture gives an overview of art created in and around the remote village of Newlyn in West Cornwall from the late 19th century to the start of the Second World War. It begins with the Social Realism of artists such as Walter Langley and Frank Bramley who captured the harshness of life for families in the fishing community of Newlyn.
Presented by Catherine Wallace, who holds a degree in Fine Art from Canterbury College of Art and a Masters from St Andrews. She was Curator of Falmouth Art Gallery from 1993 to 2000.
Wednesday 13 April, 2016 20:00
Box Office: Door
Booking Info: Guests £7