Alfred Munnings’ Newlyn sketchbooks – Munnings Art Museum

This episode is for those people who love animals and art because in it, I interview Jenny Hand, curator at Munnings Art Museum. Alfred Munnings was a famous 20th century impressionist painter, particular known for his paintings of horses.  The objects Jenny picked though, are actually remarkably animal free – they are the sketchbooks from his years living in Cornwall. Listen in to learn more about a rather tragic period in Munnings life, and be reminded that he was rather good at depicting people and not just horses too.

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