Study for Cornish Fisherman

Edith Collier, Artist

This is one of the watercolours in our collection. It was made in Cornwall, England, Great Britain in circa 1913-1960.
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About the Work
“My Father spent virtually his whole life on the sea, and I often used to accompany my mother to visit his ships when in port. The river Tyne of my childhood was a busy place, with shipyards, loading docks, fish markets, and great slag heaps of coal. This old, crusty sea dog has many a tale to tell – he's living the past at this moment.”

April Pearson, a founding member of the Whanganui Potters Society for the July 2020 instalment of the My Choice exhibition series.
Frame 564 x 461 x 30mm
Image 326 x 270mm
watercolour on paper
Framed, glazed and matted watercolour portrait of a fisherman seated in a red chair.
Credit Line
Collection of the Edith Collier Trust, in the permanent care of the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui
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Acquisition Date
Circa 1984



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