June 10, 2021 - September 30, 2021

10th June – 30th September 2021.

Livingstone St. Ives introduces the next generation of artists associated with St. Ives, Cornwall, and its artistic heritage. 

As the “third generation” of artists associated with the rich heritage of this tiny fishing town, we present the next collective of both established career artists and emerging new artists, boldly taking St. Ives’ art history and tradition into the 21st century.

The exhibition also contains a number of paintings by notable figures of 20th century St. Ives and British modernism.


Firstly, we present a curated edit of our personal favourite pieces of 20th century British Modernism.


Secondly, we present new paintings by Henrietta Dubrey, Jeremy Annear and Stephen Lavis, all clearly at the forefront of the third generation of artists associated with St. Ives’ artistic heritage.


Thirdly, we present our selection of emerging artists taking the tradition in diverse new ways in our micro exhibition, Fishing Prohibited.

In the gallery we have hung the three groups together, drawing connections and exploring interrelatedness between the generations.

We will be adding installation shots and video tours to our website and to our social media to show this. Please do get in touch to book a video consultation if you’d like to visit the exhibition virtually.

All work is available to purchase through the gallery. Please contact us on (+44) 01736 697315 or email us at [email protected].

This exhibition has now closed. Please visit our artists’ pages online here to view new work from each of them.

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