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Little Bay – Audierne

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The eighth son of the founder of the Jaegar cloth firm, Ihlee was one of the star pupils at the Slade School of Art, and was part of the trendy 'Slade Coster Gang' who wore black jerseys, red neck scarves and black berets!

Ihlee spent his happiest days in France and was by all accounts a charming and content person, and very successful, although largely forgotten in later years by the British public.

Cyfarthfa Castle Museum & Art Gallery

Merthyr Tydfil

Title

Little Bay – Audierne

Date

c.1923

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 36.4 x W 43.7 cm

Accession number

CCM.211.990

Acquisition method

gift from the Contemporary Art Society (Edward Marsh bequest), 1954

Work type

Painting

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