Zennor

Zennor

The village of Zennor lies between St Ives and St Just, on the Atlantic coast of Cornwall. It lies above the high, rocky cliffs of the coast and the rugged, boulder-strewn, granite hills and moors. This is a romantic, wild and brooding landscape which has been inhabited for at least 4000 years. The Norman church of St Senara in Zennor stands on the site of a 6th century Celtic church, two medieval bench-ends remain and have been made into a seat. One end is the famous carving of the Mermaid of Zennor. She holds a comb and a mirror in her hands. Legend claims that this siren enticed Matthew Trewhella, the handsome son of a churchwarden, into the sea. He was never seen again. With spectacular cliffs and rich colours, Zennor is an inspirational place filled with natural habitats and swelling oceans, it has a sense of removal and isolation to it which captures the magic of this part of the world.

Miles Heseltine - Gurnards Head Zennor

Miles Heseltine

Gurnards Head Zennor

Charcoal on paper

£3,500

Miles Heseltine - From Zennor Head

Miles Heseltine

From Zennor Head

Charcoal on paper

£3,750

Martha Holmes - Winter Zennor

Martha Holmes

Winter Zennor

Oil on board

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Martha Holmes - Zennor

Martha Holmes

Zennor

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Amanda Hoskin - Our Ancient Landscape, Zennor

Amanda Hoskin

Our Ancient Landscape, Zennor

Oil on board

£995

Amanda Hoskin - Zennor, a beauty in it's Wildness

Amanda Hoskin

Zennor, a beauty in it's Wildness

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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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