Early Pioneers of St Ives Art 1885 - 1914
Runs for 13 weeks from the 21st of June 2008 to the 13th of September 2008
Starts 10:00 AM at Penlee House Gallery & Museum in Penzance
St Ives is best known for the post-War artists' colony, but before the modernists arrived in the town, St Ives was already host to a large number of artists, many of whom became internationally known. Researched by David Tovey and accompanied by a major new book.
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All year, Monday to Saturday
Good Friday to 30th September: 10.00am ? 5.00pm (last admission 4.30pm)
1st October to Good Friday: 10.30am ? 4.30pm (last admission 4.00pm)
Directions:Penlee House is set within Penlee Park, off Morrab Road.
By car: Follow brown signs from Tesco roundabout to Penlee House car park
By foot: From the top of Penzance town, Penlee Park is approx. 1/3 of the way down Morrab Road (heading for the Promenade), on the right, just past the main public library.