Monday, February 3, 2014

Henry Scott Tuke

Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929) was associated with the Newlyn School. He specialized in maritime scenes and depictions of young men and boys bathing in the sea.

 A Three-masted Ship at Anchor
 All Hands to the Pumps (1889)
 At the Metal Merchant (1888)
 August Blue (1894)
 Off Falmouth (1896)
 Return from Fishing (1907)
 Shipping at Anchor, Carrick Roads (1898)
 Sunset Effect (1896)
 The Midday Rest
 The Silk Gown (1885)
 Two French Barques at their Anchorage in Carrick Roads (1906)
Windjammers Lying on their Moorings as they wait for Cargo in Falmouth (1908)

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