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Mortehoe, N Devon

Albert Goodwin (1845-1932)


Signed and inscribed with title
Enclosed within an ink border

Watercolour and bodycolour with ink

10 x 14 inches

Matthew Biggar Walker

'A collection of oil paintings, water colour drawings etc. By Albert Goodwin, RWS, RWA. Lent by M B Walker Esq.', City of Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, 1926, no 27 as 'Morte Hoe, N Devon';
'Chris Beetles Summer Show 2024', Chris Beetles Gallery, London, June-September 2024, no 49

Mortehoe, on the north coast of Devon is situated in a valley to the east of the rocky peninsula of Morte Point. Whose dramatic rock formations were not only the cause of many shipwrecks and featured in several of Goodwin’s watercolours. Here, the village of Mortehoe catches the evening sunlight, with Morte Point in the distance.

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