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Josiah Wright

Photo credit: Royal Institution of Cornwall

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Frederick Hall was born in Yorkshire and then, with his family, moved to north London and later Lincoln where he met Frank Bramley at the Lincoln School of Art. It is uncertain when he first visited Newlyn, but it was probably before 1885, and he is thought to have settled there soon after. He did not stay for very long as he began to spend increasing amounts of time at Porlock on the Somerset coast.

Royal Cornwall Museum





oil on canvas


H 35.5 x W 25.5 cm

Accession number

TRURI : 1986.68.6

Acquisition method

gift, 1986

Work type


Royal Cornwall Museum

River Street, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2SJ England

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