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Evening at Newton or Driving the Geese, Early Nineteenth Century

© the copyright holder. Photo credit: The Dock Museum

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This painting shows a Cumbrian scene by a local artist. Born May Bolton at 18 John Street, she was one of eight children. She spent her childhood in Barrow and Newton. In 1930 May married Telford Stephenson, spending several years in the USA. Returning in the early 1960s to Robert Street, May began to paint when confined to bed, infirm and starting to lose her sight.

The Dock Museum

Barrow-in-Furness

  • Date

    1960–1969

  • Medium

    oil on board

  • Measurements

    36.5 x 60.2 cm

  • Accession number

    BAWMS.08078

  • Acquisition method

    gift

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North Road, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria LA14 2PW England

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