Robert Polhill Bevan Paintings

Robert Polhill Bevan visited Applehays cottage in Clayhidon over several years to paint local landscapes. In early 1920 he moved to Marlpitt cottage in Luppitt, and lived there until 1925 when he was taken ill - he moved back to London and died later that same year.

Read more about Mr Bevan here (word doc), or you can see some of his paintings by clicking on the links below.


Appletrees Cottage, Tapsterwater, Luppitt (undated)
Colehill, Luppitt. House and Yew tree (1921)
Mount-Stephen, Luppitt (1924-25)
The Smithy, Colehill, Luppitt (1920)
The White House, Goulds farm, Luppitt (1921)
Town Cottages, Luppitt (undated)

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