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Cider Making at Wescott Farm, Devon

© the artist. Photo credit: National Trust Images

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This is an interior view showing cider making at Westcott Farm near Callington in Cornwall. The artist has painted herself into the scene on the left, her husband, James Evans, is second on the left – bending down – and ‘Fanny’, the white horse, appears in the centre. The painting is a record of an historic moment when an old cider-press had been rediscovered and it was decided to make cider in the traditional way using local Tamar apples.

National Trust, Cotehele

near Saltash

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    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    100 x 100 cm

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  • Acquisition method

    gift from the artist, 1980


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National Trust, Cotehele

St Dominick, near Saltash, Cornwall PL12 6TA England

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