The charm of its coast is certainly unsurpassed, if not unrivalled. Probably the very finest stretch of coast scenery in England is that lying between Newquay and Boscastle. But Cornwall is not all coast; it has moors as wild as Dartmoor, rivers that rival the Dart, and rich luxuriant valleys like that of Luxulyan. — Arthur Salmon, p.2
- New Church, Kea, Truro
- Truro Cathedral
- Church of St Juliot, nr Boscastle
- Falmouth Art Gallery and Library
- Church of St Materiana, Tintagel
- The Old Post Office, Tintagel
- Tintagel Castle
- King Arthur's Halls, Tintagel
- A Cornish slate wall on the road from Tintagel to Boscastle
- St Michael's Mount
- A Geological Description of Cornwall (1815)
- Valency Valley and Its Environs
- Cliffs and Bays of North Cornwall
- The Newlyn School (for work by the artists who settled in and around Newlyn in Cornwall)
- Newlyn, Penzance in the distance from Geoffrey Garnier's Garden, by Sir Alfred East RA RI
- The Lizard, by John Brett
- Springtime (Cornwall), by Arthur Hughes
- The Nativity (stained glass), St Michael's Church, Lawhitton
- Cornish Miners Working at Dolcoath (a mine in Camborne, Cornwall; stained glass)
Cross, Tom. The Shining Sands: Artists in Newlyn and St Ives, 1880-1930. New ed. Tiverton, Devon: Westcountry Books, The Lutterworth Press, 2008.
Mitton, G. E. Cornwall. London: A. & C. Black, 1915. Available on Project Gutenberg.
Salmon, Arthur L. Cornwall. London: Methuen, 1903. Internet Archive. Contributed by University of California Libraries. Web. 28 December 2020.
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