Teignmouth Town Council

Located on the south Devon coast, the town of Teignmouth has a long and rich history. Today, Teignmouth Town Council’s offices are located in Bitton House, formerly known as Westcliff House. It was once the home of Sir Edward Pellew (1757–1833), an ex-naval officer who settled in Teignmouth. Alongside his long and distinguished naval career, he became MP for Barnstaple and in 1832 was appointed Vice-Admiral.

The Council is fortunate to own paintings by the highly acclaimed marine artist Thomas Luny (1759–1837) which hang in the Mayor’s Parlour, and which you can view by appointment.

 

Art prints and custom framed prints

Each of the following artworks can be purchased as unframed prints in a variety of sizes. We also have an array of high quality frames that are custom built for each print.

  • Autumn Splendour
    Autumn Splendour
  • Figures on a Beach Unloading Barrels from a Small Boat
    Figures on a Beach Unloading Barrels from a Small Boat
  • Fishing Boats in Teignmouth Harbour, Devon
    Fishing Boats in Teignmouth Harbour, Devon
  • HMS 'Indefatigable' Accompanied by HMS 'Amazon' Attacking the French Ship 'Droits de l'Homme'
    HMS 'Indefatigable' Accompanied by HMS 'Amazon' Attacking the French Ship 'Droits de l'Homme'
  • Off Dartmouth, Devon
    Off Dartmouth, Devon
  • Self Portrait
    Self Portrait
  • Shipwreck at Teignmouth, Devon
    Shipwreck at Teignmouth, Devon
  • The Barque 'Eldra'
    The Barque 'Eldra'
  • The 'Eliza' of Teignmouth in an Open Sea
    The 'Eliza' of Teignmouth in an Open Sea
  • Tol-Pedn-Penwith, Porthgwarra, Cornwall
    Tol-Pedn-Penwith, Porthgwarra, Cornwall
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