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George Ronald, 1959 London, UK 1st Edition. This is a book about St. Yves and the Penwith area of Cornwall, and the artists who live there. Painters, potters, sculptors and other creative workers, many of them, such as Ben Nicholson, Bernard Leach, Barbara Hepworth, pre-eminent in their own fields, have made their permanent homes in this ancient land of Celtic legend. Denys Val Baker describes the mysterious attraction of Cornwall, surveys the growth and present problems of the art colony and introduces a number of the artists and their work. He traces the development of the two main schools of painting-traditional and modern-each with its own art gallery, and has a word for the thousands of annual visitors. There are 50 plates and the cover design is by Hyman Segal. Mild soiling to dust jacket. Green cloth covered end boards. Some minor evidence of foxing to blank end papers otherwise nice condition. 96pp. 245 x 180mm