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Courtyard in Newlyn Leading through to Myrtle Cottage

Photo credit: Royal Institution of Cornwall

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Frederick Millard arrived in Newlyn from Reigate, Surrey, in 1884 and shared a studio with the artist Ralph Todd. He is thought to have left Newlyn in 1890 and in 1920 was believed to be living in Falmouth.

This painting is of the courtyard of Myrtle Cottage, where the female students of Stanhope Forbes painting school lodged before the First World War. In 1918, it became the home of Alec and Kay Walker, the founders of Cryséde Silk.

Royal Cornwall Museum





oil on canvas mounted on panel


H 33.6 x W 26 cm

Accession number

TRURI : 1986.68.5

Acquisition method

gift, 1986

Work type


Royal Cornwall Museum

River Street, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2SJ England

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