The Newlyn school was an artist colony establish in Newlyn, Cornwall, UK, near to Penzance, in the 1880’s. The Newlyn school artists include husband and wife Stanhope Forbes and Elizabeth Forbes. British artists were attracted to this part of Cornwall because the light was perfect to paint by, the cost of living was very cheap, and there were many scenes to paint such as the local fishermen, the sea and the boats, and nearby villages. One the better known paintings by Stanhope Forbes is “A Street Scene in Brittany 1881” which was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1882.
You promised delivery in time for Christmas and it arrived on the 22nd, Thank you so much my parents we over the moon with the portrait of their grand children, Thank you so much.
Judy & Des Arnold, Bedford UK
Alex,This is amazing! You have been incredibly delightful to work with and truly have made this a wonderful experience!
JS, Hillsdale NY
Alex -- I just wanted to send a note of appreciation to you and to the artist that painted my four paintings. Thank you "artist", whoever you are. You are very talented and my husband and I are enjoying and lovingyour work!Thanks again and happy holidays ...
AS, Alameda CA, USA
We received the painting! It's awesome, wow, please tell your artist how pleased we are with their work. Amazing. I loved looking at these paintings when I traveled in Paris, and thought how nice it would be to be able to look at one all the time. So ...