West Penwith

West Penwith

Running South West from Clodgy Point at the end of St.Ives all the way down to Lands End and then round to Ludgvan just outside of Penzance, West Penwith is the furthest section of Cornwall. West Penwith is a sparsely populated peninsula, ringed by high cliffs and rising to high, rocky moorland at its centre. Also known as the Land's End Peninsula, it is at the south-west extremity of England, surrounded on three sides by the pounding waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The ancient landscapes of West Penwith range from granite cliffs and headlands such as Gurnards Head, medieval farmland, granite moorland hills such asGalver and sheltered woodland valleys, like Lamorna. There is a magic in West Penwith, filled with history and folklore, the place reverberates with poignancy and extreme beauty.

Sarah Woods - From Priest Cove to Lands End

Sarah Woods

From Priest Cove to Lands End

Etching

£270

Sarah Woods - Botallack

Sarah Woods

Botallack

Etching

£75

Richard Tuff - A Walk at St. Levan

Richard Tuff

A Walk at St. Levan

Pen and ink on paper

£225

Richard Tuff - Footpath at St. Levan

Richard Tuff

Footpath at St. Levan

Gouache on paper

£850

Richard Tuff - Path to Lamorna Cove

Richard Tuff

Path to Lamorna Cove

£75

Richard Tuff - Penberth Cove

Richard Tuff

Penberth Cove

Pen and ink on paper

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Beside The WaveBeside The Wave

8-10 Arwenack Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 3JA8-10 Arwenack Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 3JA

Open Monday - Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm | Sunday 11:00am - 4:00pm | Bank Holidays 11:00am - 4:00pm

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