Kate Nicholson

We are ready for our Easter exhibition, a perfect start to Spring, ‘Kate Nicholson – Cumbria and St Ives’

Kate, the daughter of Ben and Winifred Nicholson, has lived for a large part of her life quietly in Cornwall, well away from public attention. However, she exhibited in many exhibitions from the 1950s to the 1980s including one-person shows at the Waddington Galleries and Marjorie Parr Gallery (both London) and LYC Museum and Art Gallery, Cumbria. Her work was also included in the landmark exhibition ‘St.Ives 1939-64; Twenty Five Years of Painting, Sculpture and Pottery’, at Tate Gallery, London in 1885.

Kate Nicholson is represented in several public collections, among them: Arts Council Collection, University of Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, Kettles Yard, Pallant House and Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery.

A catalogue is available on request. An essay from our 2013 exhibition is online as the catalogue from that show is now out of print.

The back gallery.






A view of the front gallery as we carry out the finishing touches to the back. More images to come as we celebrate the start of Spring with our private view tomorrow evening.


The front gallery




First visitors arriving at PV






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