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studio - Barbara Hepworth

Barbara Hepworth's studio, a month after she died - summer 1975.
Barbara Hepworth's Trewyn studio in St Ives a month after she died, during the summer of 1975.

During the summer of 1975 I visited Cornwall and the town of St Ives about which Henry Moore had told me a few years earlier and, of course I had read about the attraction which it had always had for international artists. Its remote situation on the south-western tip of Cornwall gives one the feeling of being almost alone and able to concentrate without unwanted disturbances.

I found a B&B place. The owner used t be the butcher from whom Barbara Hepworth used to buy her meat-wares. So I did not have to search long for the studio.

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