ABOUT

A dedicated environmentalist and true polymath, Jackson’s holistic approach to his subject seamlessly blends art and politics providing a springboard to create a hugely varied body of work unconstrained by format or scale.

Jackson’s artistic practice ranges from his trademark visceral plein-air sessions to studio work and embraces an extensive range of materials and techniques including mixed media, large canvases, print-making, the written word and sculpture.

The son of artists, Jackson was born in Blandford, Dorset in 1961. While studying Zoology at Oxford University he spent most of his time painting and attending courses at Ruskin College of Art. On gaining his degree he travelled extensively and independently, painting wherever he went before putting down roots in Cornwall with his wife Caroline in 1984.

A dedication to and celebration of the environment is intrinsic to both his politics and his art; a holistic involvement with his subject informs his formal innovations. Jackson’s focus on the complexity, diversity and fragility of the natural world has led to artist-in-residencies on the Greenpeace ship Esperanza, the Eden Project and for nearly 20 years the Glastonbury Festival, which has become a staple of his annual working calendar.

Over the past thirty years Jackson has had numerous art publications released to accompany his exhibitions. Four monographs on Jackson have been published by Lund Humphries depicting his career so far; A New Genre of Landscape Painting (2010), Sketchbooks (2012), A Kurt Jackson Bestiary (2015) and Kurt Jackson’s Botanical Landscape (2019). A Sansom & Company published book based on his touring exhibition Place was released in 2014. Jackson regularly contributes to radio and television and presents environmentally informed art documentaries for the BBC and was the subject for an award winning BBC documentary, ‘A Picture of Britain’.

He has an Honorary Doctorate (DLitt) from Exeter University and is an Honorary Fellow of St Peter’s College, Oxford University. He is an ambassador for Survival International and frequently works with Greenpeace, WaterAid, Oxfam and Cornwall Wildlife Trust. He is a patron of human rights charity Prisoners of Conscience. He is represented by Messum’s in Cork Street, London and is an academician at the Royal West of England Academy.

Kurt Jackson and his wife Caroline live and work in the most-westerly town in Britain, St Just-in-Penwith where in 2015 they set up the Jackson Foundation Gallery. They have three grown children and seven young grandchildren.

2020

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • ‘Fonthill’, Messums Wiltshire, Tisbury, Wiltshire.
  • ‘Art/Music/Activism – Kurt Jackson and Greenpeace at Glastonbury Festival’, Jackson Foundation Gallery, St Just, Cornwall.

2019

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • ‘The Stour’, Messums, London.
  • ‘Frenchman’s Creek’, Jackson Foundation Gallery, St Just, Cornwall.
  • ‘Thorn’, Jackson Foundation Gallery, St Just, Cornwall.
  • ‘Crab and Lobster’, Jackson Foundation Gallery, St Just, Cornwall.
  • ‘Penzance Station installation’, Penzance Cornwall. (Ongoing since 2006.)

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • ‘Nocturnes’, Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall.
  • ‘Plan Bee’, Eden Project, Cornwall.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

Broadcasts

  • ‘Rick Stein’s Cornwall’, BBC Radio 4, ‘Open Country’, 24/10/19.
  • ‘Songs in the Key of Life’, BBC Radio Cornwall, ‘Tiffany Truscott Show’, 24/10/19.

2018

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • ‘Fig and Olive’, Messums, London.
  • Biodiversity, Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter Penryn Campus, Cornwall.
  • ‘Seacrows’, Jackson Foundation Gallery, St Just, Cornwall.
  • ‘Scilly’, Jackson Foundation Gallery, St Just, Cornwall.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • ‘Common Ground’, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
  • Hireth – A Cornish Landscape, Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro.
  • Royal West of England Academy.

Awards and Residencies

  • Artist in Residence for the Woodland Trust.
  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

2017

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • ‘The Cornish Seas’, Messums, London.
  • A Cotswold Village, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire.
  • The River Exe, Lympstone Manor, Exmouth.
  • ‘Cot: A Cornish Valley’, Jackson Foundation Gallery, St Just, Cornwall.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Inspiring Landmarks, Landmark Trust, Spitalfields, London.
  • Bees, Environment and Sustainability Institute, Falmouth University.
  • Royal West of England Academy.

Awards and Residencies

  • Artist in Residence for the Woodland Trust.
  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

Broadcasts

  • ‘Japanese Knotweed, Cot Valley’, BBC One, ‘Inside Out’, 18/09/2017.
  • ‘Dans Les Cornouailles avec Kurt’, Arte, France.

2016

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • ‘Obsession’,  Jackson Foundation Gallery, St Just, Cornwall.
  • ‘Pigeonholed: A collaboration between Kurt Jackson and Prisoners of Conscience’, The Guardian, London.
  • ‘Bees (and the odd wasp) in My Bonnet’ , Museum of Natural History.
  • ‘Revisiting Turner’s Tourism’ , Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter.
  • Continental, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • ‘Invited Artist’, Paisley Art Institute, Glasgow.
  • ‘Glastonbury’, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
  • Elsewhere, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire.
  • Royal West of England Academy.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

Broadcasts

  • ‘Turner in the Tamar Valley’, BBC One, ‘Inside Out’, 12/09/2016.
  • ‘Glastonbury Festival’s Artist-in-Residence interview series’, BBC Radio 6 Music.
  • ‘Loose Ends’, BBC Radio 4, 9/1/2016.

2015

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • ‘Place’, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath.
  • ‘A Cornish Bestiary’, The Redfern Gallery, London.
  • ‘From Here’, The Jackson Foundation, St Just, Cornwall.
  • ‘Anna Livia: Painting the Path of the Young Liffey’, Origin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.
  • ‘Place’, Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro.
  • ‘Wildlives’, The Jackson Foundation, St Just, Cornwall.
  • ‘Foraging’, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Sons and Daughters of the Earth, Penlee House Museum, Penzance.
  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • WOCA Best Artist, What’s On Cornwall Awards.
  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

2014

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • ‘Archipelago: The Isles of Scilly, off Cornwall’, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire.
  • ‘A Bite of the Camel’ Collaboration with Rick Stein, Padstow, Cornwall.
  • ‘Line caught and Local’, National Maritime Museum, Falmouth.
  • ‘Place’, Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton.
  • ‘River’, The Horniman Museum, London.
  • ‘Cargodna’, The Redfern Gallery, London.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Garden, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire Arboretum, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol.
  • Power of the Sea, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol.
  • London Art Fair.
  • Royal West of England Academy.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

Broadcasts

  • ‘Bumble Bees’ BBC One, ‘Inside Out’, 20/10/2014.
  • ‘Kurt Jackson Interview’, Studio International. Interview by Nicola Homer, Filmed by Martin Kennedy.

2013

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • ‘The Burn’, The Lighthouse Gallery, Glasgow.
  • ‘A One Mile Walk’, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire.
  • ‘The Thames Revisited’, The Redfern Gallery, London.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • ‘Wilder Shores of Love’, Hilton Fine Art, Bath.
  • ‘Endless Summer’, Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro.
  • ‘Picturing the British Tree’, St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington.
  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

Broadcasts

  • ‘Moths’, BBC One, ‘Inside Out’, 23/09/2013.
  • ‘Thames Revisited’, Royal Academy. Filmed and edited by Fynn Tucker.

2012

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • ‘The Catacol Series: Paintings on Arran’, Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh.
  • ‘The Fishermens Friend’ with Greenpeace, National Maritime Aquarium, Plymouth.
  • ‘This Place: St Just-in-Penwith’, LSG, Truro.
  • ‘Kurt Jackson & St Just‘, Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro.
  • ‘The Sketchbooks’, The Redfern Gallery, London.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • ‘Landscape’ Redfern Gallery, London.
  • ‘Endless Summer’, Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery.
  • Sunday Times Watercolour Competition.
  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

Broadcasts

  • ‘Tin’, BBC One, ‘Inside Out’, 15/12/2012.

2011

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • ‘Kurt Jackson at 50’, Falmouth Art Gallery.
  • ‘The Forth’, Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh.
  • ‘Gwedhen/Tree’, LSG, Truro.
  • ‘Recent Work at the Redfern Gallery’, The Redfern Gallery, London.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • ‘Frameworks’, Falmouth Art Gallery.
  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Made honorary fellow of St Peters College Oxford.
  • Artist in Residence at Berne Shipyard, Bremen, Germany.
  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

Broadcasts

  • ‘Cornwall’s Rarest Tree’, BBC, ‘Spotlight’.

2010

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • ‘Ardnamurchan’, Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh.
  • Book launch and Exhibition, Osborne Samuel Gallery, London.
  • Lorient Festival, Brittany.
  • ‘The Dart’, LSG, Truro.
  • ‘A Taste of Glastonbury’, Oxo Tower, London.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • ‘Exquisite Trove’, Newlyn Art Gallery.
  • ‘Century’, Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery.
  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

Broadcasts

  • ‘River Dart’, BBC One, ‘Inside Out’, 8/11/2010.
  • ‘Midweek’, with Libby Purvis, BBC Radio 4, 28/7/10.
  • ‘River Dart’, BBC, ‘Spotlight’.
  • ‘Learning Zone’, BBC Three.

2009

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.
  • Glastonbury Festival charity auction, Guardian News Room, London.
  • ‘River Avon, Part 2’, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath.
  • ‘Enesow: An exploration of the islands of Cornwall’, LSG, Truro.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Elected honorary ambassador of Survival International.
  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

Broadcasts

  • ‘Spring’, with Richard Mabey, BBC Radio 3.

2008

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.
  • ‘Wicken, a Threatened Landscape’, charity auction for Friends of the Earth, Foyles Gallery, London.
  • ‘The Solent Project’, touring exhibition: St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington; Gosport Arts Centre, Hants; Quay Arts Centre, Isle of Wight.
  • LSG, Truro.
  • ‘The Mining Paintings’, Geevor Mine Gallery, Cornwall.
  • ‘Theatre Five’, charity exhibition for MSF, Royal College of Surgeons, London; Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • ‘Africa Calling’, Falmouth Art Gallery.
  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • Newlyn Society of Artists.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

2007

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.
  • ‘River Avon Part 1’, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath.
  • Glastonbury Festival charity auction, The Hospital, Covent Garden.
  • LSG, Truro.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Presentation of paintings to Cornwall County Council collection.
  • Art Miami, USA.
  • Exhibition at Kew Gardens.
  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • Newlyn Society of Artists.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Awarded honorary doctorate for contribution to the arts by the University of Exeter.
  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.
  • Residency at Treliske Hospital operating theatre, Truro, Cornwall.
  • Chair of Newlyn Society of Artists.

2006

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.
  • ‘Porth’, Catmose Art Gallery, Rutland.
  • ‘Neil’s Place’, Dundas Street Gallery, Edinburgh.
  • ‘The Thames Project’, South Hill Park, Bracknell, Berks.
  • LSG, Truro.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • Newlyn Society of Artists.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.
  • Chair of Newlyn Society of Artists.

2005

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.
  • ‘Porth’, Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter and Canterbury City Art Gallery.
  • ‘The Painted Etchings’, Newlyn Art Gallery, Newlyn and Dundas Street Gallery, Edinburgh.
  • ‘Glastonbury Festival’ charity auction.
  • ‘Three Woods’, St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington and Royal Cornwall Museum and Art Gallery, Truro.
  • LSG, Truro.
  • Paddington Station installation.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • Newlyn Society of Artists.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Artist in Residence on Greenpeace ship ‘Esperanza’.
  • ‘Live 8’ at Eden Project, Artist in Residence.
  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.
  • Chair of Newlyn Society of Artists.

Broadcasts

  • ‘Kurt Jackson, A Picture of Cornwall’, BBC One South West.
  • ‘Kurt Jackson, A Picture of the South West’, BBC Three.

2004

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.
  • ‘Porth’ touring exhibition: Newlyn Art Gallery; Worcester City Art Gallery; King’s Lynn Arts Centre, Norfolk.
  • RGI Gallery, Glasgow.
  • ‘Two Woods’, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath.
  • ‘Paps of Jura’, Dundas Street Gallery, Edinburgh.
  • LSG, Truro.
  • Paddington Station installation.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • Newlyn Society of Artists.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.
  • Chair of Newlyn Society of Artists.

2003

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.
  • Glastonbury Festival charity auction, Guardian News Room, London.
  • LSG, Truro.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • Newlyn Society of Artists.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

2002

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.
  • ‘Delabole Slate Quarry’ touring exhibition: Penzance Geology Museum; Slate Valley Museum, New York,USA; Helen Day Art Centre, Vermont USA.
  • RGI Kelly Gallery, Glasgow.
  • Dundas Street Gallery, Edinburgh.
  • Royal Cornwall Museum and Art Gallery, Truro.
  • LSG, Truro.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Falmouth Art Gallery,’Delabole Quarry’ with Richard Long.
  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • Newlyn Society of Artists.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

2001

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • Newlyn Society of Artists.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

2000

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.
  • Origin Gallery, Dublin.
  • University of Exeter.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Royal West of England Academy.
  • Newlyn Society of Artists.
  • London Art Fair.

Awards and Residencies

  • Elected Academician, Royal West of England Academy.
  • Official Artist in Residence of Glastonbury Festival.

1999

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.
  • Origin Gallery, Dublin.
  • ‘Carnsew’, touring exhibition: Falmouth Art Gallery, Worcester City Art Gallery, Lancashire Mining Museum.
  • Cornwall Geological Museum.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Newlyn Society of Artists.

Awards and Residencies

  • Elected Academician, Royal West of England Academy.

1998

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Messum’s, London.
  • Twin town exchange, Concarneau Town Hall, Brittany.
  • Origin Gallery, Dublin.
  • Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro.
  • ‘Carnsew’, touring exhibition: Falmouth Art Gallery, Worcester City Art Gallery, Lancashire Mining Museum.
  • Cornwall Geological Museum.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Newlyn Society of Artists.

Broadcasts

  • ‘A Place in My Heart’, Carlton TV.

95-97

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Darlington Art Centre.
  • Rheda-Wiedensbrück, Germany.
  • ‘South Crofty’, touring exhibition: Camborne School of Mines; Penzance Geological Museum; Plymouth City Art Gallery.
  • Doncaster Museum.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • City Gallery, Leicester.
  • Newlyn Society of Artists.

Awards and Residencies

  • Artist in Residence in Cill Riallaig, Ireland.

86-94

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • North Cornwall Museum and Art Gallery.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Rheda, Wiedensbrück, Germany.
  • Newlyn Society of Artists.

1984

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • Robinson College, Cambridge.
  • Exhibited widely through the eighties.

1982

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • Three-man exhibition with brother and father, Maltings Gallery, Weathampstead, Hertfordshire.

Public Collections

  • BBC
  • Camborne School of Mines, Penryn, Cornwall
  • Cill Rialaig Arts Centre, Co Kerry, Ireland.
  • Concarneau Town Council, Brittany
  • Cornwall County Council
  • Crown Court, Truro, Cornwall
  • Darlington Arts Centre, Co Durham
  • Edinburgh University
  • Exeter University
  • Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall
  • Lancashire Mining Museum, Salford
  • Met Office, Exeter
  • Ministry of Works, Republic of Ireland
  • National Museum of Germany, Nuremburg
  • Penlee House Gallery and Museum, Penzance, Cornwall
  • Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, Devon
  • Porthcurno Cable and Wireless Museum, Penzance, Cornwall
  • Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter
  • Royal Cornwall Museum and Art Gallery, Truro
  • Royal West of England Academy, Bristol
  • Slate Valley Museum, Granville, New York
  • St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington, Hants
  • The Steiner School, Hanover
  • Southampton City Art Gallery
  • Tate Britain, London
  • Tremough Campus, Cornwall
  • Truro School, Cornwall
  • University of Cambridge
  • University of Oxford
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, London
  • Victoria Art Gallery, Bath
  • Worcester City Museum and Art Gallery

Select Bibliography

  • Barrett, Jeff, Turner, Robin and Walsh, Andrew (eds) Caught By The River – A Collection of Words on Water, Octopus Publishing, London 2009
  • Benington, Jonathan, The Avon Project, 2009
  • Cocker, Mark, ‘Encounter: The visions of Kurt Jackson’ in The New Nature Writing, Granta, vol.102, London, 2008, pp.22–26
  • Cocker, Mark, ‘Seacrows’, Kurt Jackson Editions, Cornwall, 2018.
  • Collins, Ian and Admiral Sir Jock Slater, The Lights of West Cornwall, Messum’s, London, 2008
  • Crace, Jim, Enesow, 2009
  • Cross, Tom, Catching the Wave: Art and Artists in Contemporary Cornwall, Halsgrove Publishing, Somerset, 2002
  • Dubois, Marc, Theatre Five, 2008
  • Evans, Paul, Herbaceous, Little Toller, 2014
  • Gaskell, Ronald and Jackson, Kurt, The Cape, Truran, Cornwall, 2002
  • Hare, Bill, Ardnamurchan, 2009
  • Jackson, Kurt A New Genre of Landscape Painting, Lund Humphries, 2010
  • Jackson, Kurt, And, Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall, 2011
  • Jackson, Kurt, Sketchbooks, Truran, Cornwall, 2003–04
  • Jackson, Kurt, The Solent Project, St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Hampshire, 2008
  • Jackson, Kurt and Livingstone, Alan, Kurt Jackson Sketchbooks, Lund Humphries, 2012
  • Jackson, Kurt, Three Woods, St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Hampshire, 2005
  • Jackson, Kurt, A One Mile Walk, Campden Gallery, 2013
  • Jackson, Kurt, Archipelago, Campden Gallery, 2014
  • Jackson, Kurt, Cargodna, Redfern Gallery, 2014
  • Jackson, Kurt, Place, Sansom and Co, 2014
  • Jackson, Kurt, Line Caught and Local, Kurt Jackson Editions, 2014
  • Jackson, Kurt, A Bite of The Camel, Kurt Jackson Editions, 2014
  • Jackson, Kurt, Bees in my Bonnet, Kurt Jackson Editions, 2016
  • Jackson, Kurt, Obsession, Kurt Jackson Editions, 2016
  • Jackson, Kurt, Continental, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire, 2016
  • Jackson, Kurt, Revisiting Turner’s Tourism, Kurt Jackson Editions, 2016
  • Jackson, Kurt, Cot: A Cornish Valley, Kurt Jackson Editions, 2017
  • Jackson, Kurt, A Cotswold Village, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire, 2017
  • Jackson, Kurt, Olive and Fig, David Messum Fine Art, 2018
  • Jackson, Kurt, Scilly, Kurt Jackson Editions, 2018
  • Lane, Stephanie and Maddern, Guy, The Fine Art of Surgery – A collection of paintings, drawings and murals, Royal Society of Medicine Press, London, 2012
  • Mabey, Richard, Forest Gardens, Messum’s, London, 2009
  • Mabey, Richard, Foraging, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire, 2015
  • Mallett, Francis, Paintings of Cornwall and The Scillies, White Lane Press, Devon,1999
  • Massey, Ian and others, Under The Greenwood, Sansom and Co, 2013
  • McCullough, Christopher and Packer, William, The Cornish Crow: An Vran Kernewek, 2007
  • Macfarlane, Robert, The Earth as it sees itself, Redfern Gallery, London, 2011
  • Marsden, Philip, The Trees of Cornwall, 2011
  • Mombiot, George, Re-imagining the Natural World, Redfern Gallery, Cornwall, 2015
  • Mullins, Charlotte, The Brightening Sea, David Messum Fine Art, London, 2017
  • Nixon, Giles and Wallace, Catherine, Carnsew, A Working Granite Quarry in Cornwall, Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall, 1999
  • O’Brien, JA, South Crofty, The Last Working Tin Mine in Cornwall, Camborne School of Mines, Cornwall, 1996
  • Packer, William, Caroline and the Vegetable Patch, Messum’s, London, 2007
  • Self, Will, The Thames Revisited, The Redfern Gallery, 2013
  • Smiles, Sam, Revisiting Turner’s Tourism, Kurt Jackson Editions, 2016
  • Smit, Tim, The Thames Project, 2006
  • Taylor, John Russell, Porth, Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall, 2004
  • Think Books, Icons of England, Think Publishing, London, 2008
  • Warburton, Josephine, and Lakin, Bill, The Mining Paintings, Pendeen Community Heritage, Cornwall, 2008
  • Welsh, Irvine, The Black River, The Forth, 2011