CLIFFORD FISHWICK by Peter Davies. A monograph on the artist and innovative art teacher, Cliff Fishwick, who was Principal of Exeter College of Art from 1958 to 1984. The book is a valuable resource for art students, galleries and collectors. This soft-cover book is also available in hardback.
A WORD IN YOUR EAR: History About St Ives by Tom Richards. A compendium of historical feature articles about St Ives first published in The St Ives Times & Echo by one of the newspapers outstanding contributors.
HAYLE IN WORLD WAR II: A Town Not a Village by Brian Sullivan. The history of the West Penwith town of Hayle during the Second World War is documented in extraordinary detail after many year's of extensive research by the author.
Keith Leonard - A retrospective catalogue. Birmingham born Keith Leonard was a modernist sculptor and fine artist. An unassuming man, many feel his work did not receive the attention or acclaim it deserved during his life, largely as a result of his modest personality.
FAIRY and FOUL of ST IVES by Jaki Windmill, illustrated by Sue Misselbrook. Brought up in St Ives the author always saw - or imagined - weird and wonderful creatures as she walked around the town. In this book they are described in prose, poetry and pictures.
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