Between the Tides

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This painting depicts the harbour at Newlyn, Cornwall, with four figures stood on a raised stone pier on the right while a bearded fisherman stands to the lower left with a rolled sail over his shoulder. Calm, sunny paintings such as these are in contrast to some of Langley's earlier harbour scenes which depict the aftermath of maritime disasters.

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery



Between the Tides


oil on canvas


H 150 x W 100 cm

Accession number

WAGMG : 1966.58

Acquisition method

gift, 1966

Work type


Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

Museum Street, Cultural Quarter, Warrington, Cheshire WA1 1JB England

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