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Chris Hardman is based in St Keverne and has exhibited at the Veryan Galleries, on the Roseland peninsula.


Chloe Harford is a ceramicist who produces Raku animals. She is the partner of Chris HAWKINS.


A pupil of the FORBES SCHOOL in 1927.

Evelyn HARKE

Miss Evelyn Harke (fl.1899-1930)

Painter of mainly working horses. Lived in London and showed at the RA, SWA, GI, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool and at the London Salon. She exhibited two paintings of horses at St Ives in the Summer of 1914 and she painted at Étaples around 1907. The art colony at Étaples had its heyday between 1880 - 1914, after which it was disrupted by World War I. Although broadly international, it was made up mainly of English-speakers from North America, Australasia and the British Isles. While some artists settled in the area, other visitors stayed only a season, or an even shorter time, as they journeyed from art colony to art colony along the coasts of Normandy and Brittany. Her painting "A Corner of the Market, Étaples" was a Royal Academy exhibit in 1907. Her address in 1907 was given as: Miss E Harke, 113 Church Road, Upper Norwood, London. 









This artist produced a West Penwith subject, subsequently sold at auction (nd).



Audrey Harper grew up in Birmingham and became an office worker and comptometer operator before her marriage to the artist Lez BRAMWELL. Thanks to his encouragement she resumed an early interest in painting and exhibited in Norwich and Great Yarmouth. In 1975 she moved to west Cornwall with Lez and her son (also an artist), where she specialised in small watercolour seascapes on art silk. She was also the author of a 1960s illustrated children's story entitled 'The Adventures of Molly Moneypig'.

Annabel HARRIS


Annabel moved to Cornwall as a child and lived on a small farm near Redruth. Always influenced by the countryside, her Cornish upbringing has deepened her love of the wildlife and rugged landscape. Annabel has exhibited with SWLA (Society of Wildlife Artists) at The Mall Galleries, London,where she was awarded the Award for Drawing in 2008, and has also exhibited at Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Falmouth Art Gallery, and The Poly, Falmouth. Annabel has also had illustrations published in Bugs Britannica, Random House. Currently studying for a BA in Fine Art at University College Falmouth.



Born in Ladywood, Birmingham and educated at Old Edgbaston School where he formed a life-long friendship with the artist, William Arthur BREAKSPEARE. At age fourteen he entered the Birmingham School of Art in 1869, where he was a student friend of Walter LANGLEY, and then spent two years as an assistant Master, taking private pupils (amongst whom was Kate BUNCE) before attending Verlat's Academy, Antwerp in 1880. William John WAINWRIGHT and Frank BRAMLEY were at Verlat's concurrently.

Harris visited Newlyn in 1881, initially before the first of his two Breton summers, the second of which in 1882 was spent in Pont Aven, where he met Elizabeth ARMSTRONG (later Forbes). He settled in Newlyn in 1883 with his first wife and from 1884-87 the family took over Cliff Castle Cottage, where his son was born in 1884 and baptised at St. Peters, Newlyn on 24th June 1885.  His young wife tragically died in 1887 at the age of twenty-five, having been nursed by Elizabeth and others in turn. It was at Cliff Castle, at the invitation of the Harrises, that Elizabeth Armstrong first made the acquaintance of Stanhope FORBES.

After his wife's death Harris moved with his son and a nurse to Belle Vue House, where Elizabeth and her mother also lodged. Forbes was also to join them there after Elizabeth and Stanhope were married. In 1895 Harris left Newlyn finally, and met his second wife, Sally (nee Cornwell), a Penzance girl and mutual friend of Walter Langley, in Plymouth. They were to spend the following three years, in Cardiff, Newport and Bristol where Harris concentrated on portraiture. Sally's close friend, Ethel Pengelly, left in Penzance after their marriage, was to become the second wife to Walter Langley who was widowed at forty-three.  

In 1898 Harris returned to Birmingham where he continued to paint portraits. He died, age 50, on 5 January 1906 in Cleeve Prior, near Evesham, Worcestershire (GRO).

[Photo portrait in Hardie 2009 p42]


Mentioned by R Langley as one of the Birmingham artists who painted in Cornwall. The painting mentioned is Pardennick Head, Lands End (1880).

No further information currently known.


Jacqui Harris lives near Bude in north Cornwall. During the 1990s she completed a BA (Hons) in Fine Art at the University of Plymouth, specialising in Printmaking and Textiles. Since then she has taught in schools, and has provided workshops in monoprinting and collagraphs to both adults and groups of children.