St Christopher

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Annie Fearon Walke studied at Chelsea School of Art and under Augustus John at the London School of Art. She moved to Cornwall with her husband, Bernard Walke, when he became Curate in Polruan. In 1912, they moved to St Hilary where they became friendly with many of the Newlyn artists such as the Procters and Munnings and through them the Lamorna group.

Royal Cornwall Museum



St Christopher


oil on board


H 8 x W 5 cm

Accession number

TRURI : 1994.24

Acquisition method

purchased, 1994

Work type



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