Cornwall was an important influence for Everett, and he first visited in 1896. He stayed at St Ives with friends who were establishing the St Ives Arts Club, in order to pursue marine and coastal painting. His address was in London in 1900, and Co Wicklow, Ireland in 1904.
Following the end of WWI Everett went to Helston in 1919. He then moved on to Porthleven before renting a studio at Sennen, which he chose for its good view of the sea, staying there until May of the same year.
Painter of marine and coastal subjects
works and access
Works include: Porthleven, Cornwall (1919); London Seascape, Sennen Cove
Access to works: National Maritime Museum, London
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