He lived at The Fort, Newquay, contributing to a number of STISA shows. In 1937 he exhibited three paintings at the NAG Exhibition.
Francis Fairfax Ivimey and his wife, Julia Beatrice IVIMEY, had been at The Fort some six years when he purchased the cannon from the Quay Yard and placed it in his own grounds in 1906. The Quay Yard closed that year with the death of Thomas Clemens II, grandson and namesake of the founder of the local Shipbuilding family.
Primarily a landscape painter in watercolours and oils
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Works include: The Farm Coningsby (1937); North Cliffs (1937) and Eventide (1937); The Bluebell Wood
STISA 1936 and 1937 Touring Shows
NAG (3) 1937
Newquay Voice Newspaper 'Imbued with the right spirit' 24th Mar 2004 (//newquayvoice.co.uk)
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall
Tovey (2003) Creating a Splash