Theme : interiors
18 records on 2 pages
FAMAG RCPS2015.8.235Tuke, Henry Scott, RA RWS (1858-1929): Thus he spake to his guests, January 1877, signed and dated 1877, inscribed Original 'Thus he spake to his guests. After your houses are built and your fields are yellow with harvest No King George of England shall drive you away from your homesteads Burning your dwellings and barns, stealing your farms and your cattle Evangelim Pt.II' subject for Jan. 1877, watercolour, 17.8 x 22.9 cms. RCPS Tuke Collection. Loan.
FAMAG 2015.5.6Freeman, Winifred (1866-1961): The Drawing Room, Churchfield, Falmouth, watercolour, 27 x 32 cms. Presented by Powell, Barbara.
FAMAG 2015.5.5Freeman, Winifred (1866-1961): Charles Napier Hemy aboard his floating studio, the Vandermeer, signed, watercolour on paper, 31 x 40 cms. Presented by Powell, Barbara.
FAMAG 2015.5.4Freeman, Winifred (1866-1961): Staircase at Churchfield, watercolour on paper, 35.5 x 25.2 cms. Presented by Powell, Barbara.
FAMAG 2010.17.1Freeman, Winifred (1866-1961): Study at Churchfield, Charles Napier Hemy's home in Falmouth, watercolour, 25.5 x 34.5. Presented by Charles Napier Hemy's grandson, John Napier Hemy.
FAMAG 2006.33Whicker, Gwendoline J. (1900-1966): Doors, signed, oil on board, 36 x 45 cms. Presented by Mrs Miriam Walters.
FAMAG 1997.1Tuke, Henry Scott, RA RWS (1858-1929): Study for the Message - Mrs Fouracre, signed and dated 1890, oil on panel, 28 x 20 cms. Purchased in 1997 with grant-aid from the NACF, V & A Purchase Grant Fund, Cornwall Heritage Fund and a donation from George Bednar.
FAMAG 1923.7Tuke, Henry Scott, RA RWS (1858-1929): The Message, signed and dated 1890, inscribed signed twice and dated 1890, oil on canvas, 100 x 89.5 cms. Presented to the Corporation of Falmouth by Alfred A. De Pass, in memory of his sons.
FAMAG 1000.174.19Unknown artist (19th century): Photograph of a painting (Beechey?) at De Pass's residence, Cliffe House, Falmouth, photograph, 15 x 10.5 cms. Presented by Catherine Wallace.