The Cornish Collection

Musical instruments function as props in other examples, such as the lute in Mark Gertler’s Homage to Roger Fry, or the harp that Albert de Belleroche’s Tout-Paris model leans against in his portrait. And then there are images of musicians in full swing, from the bandsmen of John Armstrong’s ‘Peculiar Park’, to the guitar-strumming Maestro of Halliday’s Italian portrait, or the more earnest piano recital in Mahoney’s painting. Music is a theme that allows for many different interpretations. 

Works FEATURED in this Exhibition

Frank Brangwyn
Book plate for Brangwyn’s Wife, Lucy
£975.00
Sold
Frank Brangwyn
Windmills
Frank Brangwyn
The Last Supper, St Joseph’s, Stokesley, 1946
£2,750.00
Forthcoming
Frank Brangwyn
Fishing Boats, Rye, 1887
Sold
Frank Brangwyn
On the Road to Jacca, circa 1948
Frank Brangwyn
Parrot – Original Study for the Great Empire Panels
£1,250.00
Forthcoming
Frank Brangwyn
Industrial Drill, mid 1920’s
Forthcoming
Frank Brangwyn
On the Deck of a Boat
Frank Brangwyn
Water carrier, circa 1903
£5,500.00
Forthcoming
Frank Brangwyn
Ponte Rotto Rome, 1936