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Pentire Point Newquay by Claude M Hart


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Pentire Point Newquay by Claude M Hart

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Claude Montague Hart

Born 1869 The Lizard Cornwall, Died 1952 The Lizard Cornwall

Claude was born to Thomas Hart well known Cornish artist and his Wife Louise at “Polbrean” on the Lizard.

Tutored by his father and sold paintings from an early age including this watercolour Pentire Point Newquay by Claude M Hart

At about 18 years of age he enrolled in The Royal Academy of Fine Art in Antwerp, Belgium. Vincent Van Gogh was there in 1885/86 and a large number of prominent artists past through their doors.

On leaving, Claude returned to Cornwall and with his father travelled widely, showing paintings and organising selling exhibitions. Claude earned a good living as an Artist all his life.

He had his own studio about 500 yards from the family house, on the side of the cliff Path.

In the early 1920’s the Great Western Railway contacted Claude to produce 17 paintings for a good quality brochure to promote the “Cornish Riviera”to Hotels and Clubs in England.

As he got older Claude did a large amount of public works and photography. He died on the Lizard in 1952


Newquay (/ˈnjki/ NEW-keeCornishTewynblustri) is a town on the north coast in Cornwall, in the south west of England. It is a civil parishseaside resort, regional centre for aerospace industries, future spaceport and a fishing port on the North Atlantic coast of Cornwall, approximately 12 miles (19 km) north of Truro and 20 miles (32 km) west of Bodmin.[1]

The town is bounded to the south by the River Gannel and its associated salt marsh, and to the north-east by the Porth Valley. The western edge of the town meets the Atlantic at Fistral Bay.

The town has been expanding inland (south) since the former fishing village of New Quay began to grow in the second half of the nineteenth century.


In 2001, the census recorded a permanent population of 19,562,[2] increasing to 20,342 at the 2011 census.[3] Recent estimates suggest that the total for the wider Newquay area would rise to 27,862 by 2018 and 30,341 in 2019


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