St. Ives


This north-coast fishing village, with its sandy beaches, narrow streets, and well-kept cottages, is England's most famous artists' colony. The artists settled in many years ago and have integrated with the fishers and their families. They've been here long enough to have developed several schools or "splits", and they almost never overlap - except in the pubs. The old battle continues between the followers of the representational and the devotees of the abstract in art, with each group recruiting young artists all the time. In addition, there are the potters, weavers, and other craftspeople - all working, exhibiting, and selling in this area.
excerpt from
Frommer's England 2001

03 August 2002


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Tate Gallery
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