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Gertrude ROWE

See Gertrude Charlotte Annie TALMAGE. 

Julian ROWE

Louisa C G ROWE

1869—

Census records list Louisa as an artist daughter of Sampson T Rowe, a Chemist, and his wife Fanny, and the younger sister of Gertrude (Fanny). She was born in Redruth and was living at Tresarrol House, Drump Road, Redruth at the age of 22.

Patrick ROWE

In the year 1937, when the artist exhibited two paintings at NAG, he also attended the FORBES SCHOOL.

Tom Trythall ROWE

1858—1937

Rowe was a member of the inner circle of painters around Philip Wilson STEER, and had been with artist colonies at Quimperle and Pont Aven in 1883, before paying working visits to Walberswick in the mid 1880s.  At Quimperle he met Stanhope FORBES, who wrote to him in 1884 to encourage him and his close friend Arthur Alfred BURRINGTON to take a look at Newlyn; in October, Rowe arrrived but only spent a short time before departing again.  

His sending-in addresses were London (1882), Cookham Dene, Berks (1891), Rotherham, Yorks (1896) and Nottingham (1909).  His Cornish titles are primarily of St Ives.

Miss ROWSE

Recorded by the St Ives Times as exhibiting two small watercolours in Lanham's Gallery for the St Ives Show Day of 1924: 'two small delicate watercolours, one of shocks of barley with green cliffs beyond and a glimpse of the sea, and one of a mass of yellow and purple flowers in the foreground, with trees behind'.

ROYAL CORNWALL MUSEUM

At River Street, Truro, Cornwall, the Royal Cornwall Museum has a major library on the history of Cornwall, a standing exhibition relating the history of the county through its heritage collections gleaned from the land, its people and their occupations and organisations (in farming, fishing, mining & industrial discoveries and inventions and in the whole span of the visual arts). It also maintains a large permanent collection of art works, paintings and sculptures, etchings and drawings. 

The museum has a major collection of photographs of Cornwall and a reasonably comprehensive archive of the Isles of Scilly. Negatives, old glass slides and prints number about 35,000, for which there are comprehensive indexes now being catalogued for on-line access. The collection is in constant demand by publishers, TV companies and the general public, the income from which allows limited money to be spent on new acquisitions so that the collection is always growing. All aspects of Cornwall are covered, topographical and industrial. Its greatest strength is the collection of Herbert HUGHES (died 1937) of Dudley, Worcestershire, who with John Charles BURROW of Camborne, a professional photographer, toured Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly annually, taking photographs as they went. The collection contains a large number of original glass negatives by Burrow of underground mining scenes, the first successful ones taken in Cornwall, some of which were published by Burrow & Thomas in 1893. The photographic section open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and prior notice is advised.

Guy ROYLE

Miss RUDGE

Two separate entries for a Miss Rudge indicate that this may be two separate individuals, or it may be the same pupil artist at the FORBES SCHOOL. The first entry is for the year 1916, and the second for 1927; 1937-9.

Jenny RUMBLE

Jenny has only begun to paint for exhibition and sale recently (2012) but is having some success in showing her work locally in Penzance at Daphne's Antiques on Chapel Street.

Her rustic scenes of buildings and doorways are evocative of rural life in old Cornwall and France.  She paints in all media, including oil on slate (from her cottage roof).