Harbour Scene

Image credit: Islington Local History Centre and Museum

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This is a painting of St Ives dating from Sickert's visits there in the years 1881-3. It is the view from Porthminster Beach and shows the stone Smeaton's Pier and also the new wooden pier which had already been made unusable by storms.

Islington Local History Centre and Museum

More information

Harbour Scene


early 1880s


oil on canvas


H 21.5 x W 49.5 cm

Accession number

Sickert 104

Acquisition method

acquired from the Sickert Trust

Work type


Inscription description

Oswald Sickert


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