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Images Dated 2017

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Choose from 356 pictures in our Images Dated 2017 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Coverack, St Keverne, Cornwall. 1894 Featured 2017 Print

Coverack, St Keverne, Cornwall. 1894

A horse and cart comes up the road from the village. Photographer: Herbert Hughes

© From the collection of the RIC

Beach, Boats, Cornish, Cottages, Houses, Roads, Sea, Shore, Victorian

Jubilee Procession in a Cornish Village, A.G. Sherwood Hunter (1846-1919) Featured 2017 Print

Jubilee Procession in a Cornish Village, A.G. Sherwood Hunter (1846-1919)

Oil on canvas, Newlyn School, June 1897. This painting is a wonderful record of a lantern procession held to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. The women and girls in the procession, all dressed in white and carrying Chinese lanterns, are shown snaking their way through the Cornish fishing village of Newlyn. George Sherwood Hunter was born in Aberdeen and visited Newlyn around the turn of the century. He settled there permanently in 1902 where he taught alongside Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes at the Newlyn School of Painting. Like many artists associated with the Newlyn School, Hunter was interested in depicting working people around the ports and villages of Cornwall. The painting underwent considerable conservation and restoration in 2010 which meant that, for the first time in over 100 years, the exquisitely painted faces of those in the procession could be seen in all their subtle glory. The delicate beauty in the children's faces is made more remarkable when one takes into consideration the very limited palette Hunter works with

© RIC, photographer Mike Searle

Remains of Thomasine Bonaventure's Chantry, Week St Mary, Cornwall. 24th June 1933 Featured 2017 Print

Remains of Thomasine Bonaventure's Chantry, Week St Mary, Cornwall. 24th June 1933

Thomasine Bonaventure was a local girl of humble background, who was married and widowed by a number of wealthy men. Surviving the plague, she later married John Percyval who became Sheriff of London in 1486 and then Lord Mayor of London in 1498. She died in 1539 aged 89. Throughout her life she made charitable donations to her beloved village of Week St Mary and to other causes. The site of Chantry and Grammar school pictured is just one such donation. Photographer: Herbert Hughes

© From the collection of the RIC