Tuesday July 14, 2020

Imaginings of St Ives

14th June, 2015
Interior with Figure, St Ives by Tony O'Malley

The collection of sculptor Conor Fallon and his artist wife Nancy Wynne-Jones reflects the importance of St Ives in their lives and their work. It was the arrival of ‘father of English ceramics’ Bernard Leach in 1920 that set in motion the metamorphosis of this Cornish fishing village into a centre of international art.

Now home to Tate St Ives, from the 1930s to the 1960s it was a mecca for abstract avant-garde artists,...

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