What we do

The Tyler Art Gallery specialises in Art by modern and contemporary artists and is now celebrating its fifteenth year. It is one of the leading contemporary art galleries in Cornwall. The gallery features a wide range of up and coming and established Cornish artists. Please view some of the galleries below to get a feel of the work we exhibit and have in stock.

Newlyn School

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The Newlyn School was an art colony based in and near Newlyn - a fishing village on the south coast of Cornwall - from the 1880s until the early twentieth century.  It was where artists gathered to paint plein air.
Some of the first British artists to settle in the area had already travelled in Brittany but were attracted by Newlyn’s wonderful light, cheap living and the availability of inexpensive models.  The artists painted the fishermens’ life at sea and the everyday life in the harbour and nearby villages.  Walter Langley is recognised as the pioneer of the Newlyn Art colony and Stanhope Forbes as its father.  Forbes and his wife founded the Forbes School of Painting in 1899 which promoted the study of figure painting.
In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries Lamorna, a fishing village along the coast from Newlyn became popular with artists of the Newlyn School and is particularly associated with the artist S J ‘Lamorna’ Birch who lived there from 1908. 
The present day Newlyn Art School was formed in 2011, with Arts funding, and provides art courses taught by many of the best known artists working in Cornwall today.

Jill Eisele

Latest paintings available by Jill Eisele

Jill explores the landscape and domestic subjects in her hugely painterly and impressionistic work. There is a wonderful visceral quality and an exploratory use of colour, texture and composition. An original painting by Jill Eisele.  Jill explores the landscape and domestic subjects in her hugely painterly and impressionistic work. There is a wonderful visceral quality and an exploratory use of colour, texture and composition. 

Telegraph Hill by Tom Rickman

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Tom Rickman was born in the City of London 1960
I grew up in the suburbs of West London though spent my childhood holidays in Charmouth West Dorset where from an early age I soaked up the green hills and blue sea.Finishing Art School in 1982 I left London and headed for the hills to paint the Landscape and sea that had made such an impression on me as a youth.I worked from a beach hut at Charmouth painting the changing light of Lyme Bay.The nature of the place was very atmospheric, the deep grey blue Lias of the Cliffs, soft clay, the bay stretching out to the horizon, the edge of the land sucking the last throws of light from the twilight, the sea a shimmering plain. It was a time of opening out and sifting through all that stuff from art school. I think this time formed a lot of ideas that I would keep returning to in later years. The idea of light and colour, which I had excercised in college, being at the centre of my creative work. Now I was out there so to speak amongst it.


Michael Praed

Latest Paintings available by Michael Praed

Artist Michael Praed was born in Cornwall in 1941 and studied art locally, at the Penzance and Falmouth Schools of Art. He taught painting and drawing in Penzance for nearly thirty years before leaving to concentrate full-time on his own painting. Michael lived in the fishing port of Newlyn for much of his life with his studio commanding spectacular views over the harbour and across the bay to St Michael's Mount.  Michael moved to Madron in recent years and the influence of the rural environment can be seen in his later art work.

Own Art

Own Art makes buying art easy and affordable by letting you spread the cost of your purchase over 10 months with an interest free loan. With around 300 galleries and thousands of original works of art to choose from, why not buy something you love today from as little as £10 per month? Click here for more info

Private Sales

Since Establishing in 1999, the Tyler Gallery has undertaken private sales on behalf of clients wishing to sell their works of art privately.

This service is offered for individuals, companies or estates who wish to sell works of art that they no longer require. With a network of collectors and dealers worldwide, the Tyler Gallery is able to achieve a quick sale and unlike trying to sell your work in an art auction payment is made within a few days rather than a few months.

For further details please contact  info@thetylergallery.co.uk or 01736 731109

We look forward to hearing from you!

How to Buy

Should you see any art or paintings that interest you on this site, please don't hesitate to contact us at the gallery. We will deliver all works directly to your door no matter where you are in the world.

Simply contact us via e-mail contact form or telephone +44(0)1736 731109 and we will arrange your delivery. You may choose to pay via credit card, cheque, bank transfer or by using the Pay Pal button.

Please make cheques payable to Tyler Gallery and send them to: 
12 Brook Street, Mousehole, Penzance, Cornwall, TR19 6RW

Members

The Tyler Art Gallery membership is free and gives you exclusive access to works of art before they go on display to the general public also you will get the opportunity to be invited to private views with Cornish Wine and Cornish fine foods. 

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