Tintagel. Sir Edward John Poynter (1836-1919). 1901. Graphite on wc paper. 176 x 263 mm (7 x 10 3/8 inches). Signed lower right: "Tintagel / Sep. 6. 1901." Inscribed v lower right: "148 [circled] 54A 81008/125." Provenance: by descent through the Baldwin family. Acquired from Abbott and Holder. The cave represented here was also used in Poynter's major painting of 1901—The Cave of the Storm Nymphs. [Click on image to enlarge it.]

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Crowther, Paul. Awakening Beauty: The Crowther-Oblak Collection of Victorian Art. Exhibition catalogue. Ljubljana: National Gallery of Slovenia; Galway: Moore Institute, National University of Ireland, 2014. No. 105.

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