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Although an occasional visitor to Applehayes, Charles Ginner was less attracted to Devon than Robert Bevan. He also became a member of the London Group and the Cumberland Market Group and served as an official war artist during the First World War.  Typical of his style are the small touches of thick paint applied to the entire surface.

Details

  • Title: Clayhidon
  • Date: 1913/1913
  • Physical Dimensions: w780 x h520 mm
  • Provenance: Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter City Council.
  • Type: Painting
  • Medium: Oil on canvas
  • Artist: Charles Ginner

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