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Mol’s Coffee House, Exeter (front view)

From the 1660s coffee houses were a focus for men to gather and discuss trade, politics and culture. They were places to smoke tobacco and drink coffee and rum made...

Trout

A dedicated woodblock printer, influenced by Japanese prints, Seaby was a professor at the University of Reading from 1920 to 1933. He produced numerous published wildlife illustrations....

Au Bords du Bois

‘Au Bords du Bois’ is a woodcut print by the important modern British artist Paul Nash (1899-1946). Also known as ‘Paths into the wood’, the print depicts a path winding...

View of Exeter from Exwick

Painted by British painter, watercolourist and engraver Gertrude Florence Mary Cox (1893-c.1980), this drypoint etching depicts a view of of Exeter from the perspective of Exwick. The view across the...

A Domestic Affair

This photograph showing an arrangement of vegetables and kitchen utensil is an example of early colour photography, a so-called tri-colour carbro print. Here, a photographic print is made by creating...

Evening Sunlight

‘Evening Sunlight’ by Nathaniel Hughes John Baird, c.early-20th Century. The painting depicts a landscape with a figure through the trees. Baird lived in Topsham, Exeter from the early 1870s until...

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