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Art at Rivelin Corn Mill

The corn mill was the base for the Rivelin Valley Artists colony and there are several paintings of this small industrial settlement. Scott-Temple lived there throughout the 1920s. W R E Goodrich’s painting of the corn mill cottages, Ben Baines’ watercolour viewed from the bank of the Rivelin, and Vernon Edmunds’ view from down-stream of the Rails road all give a flavour of the picturesque setting that inspired so many of the artists. The Goodrich oil painting of cows wandering down nearby Lodge Lane and Scott-Temple’s picture of the natural swimming pool a little downstream show just how unchanged this part of the valley remains, even today.

  • Corn Mill and River Rivelin, Ben Baines 1924
  • Corn Mill cottages and stone stile, Ben Baines, undated
  • View to the (Rivelin Valley) Cornmill , Vernon Edmunds, undated but signed on reverse
  • Rivelin Cornmill cottages, base for the Rivelin Valley Artists, W R E Goodrich, unsigned and undated
  • Rivelin's natural swimming pool, Robert Scott-Temple, undated

  • Corn Mill and River Rivelin, Ben Baines 1924
  • Corn Mill cottages and stone stile, Ben  Baines, undated
  • View to the (Rivelin Valley) Cornmill , Vernon Edmunds, undated but signed on reverse
  • Rivelin Cornmill cottages, base for the Rivelin Valley Artists, W R E Goodrich, unsigned and undated
  • Rivelin's natural swimming pool,  Robert Scott-Temple, undated
  
            


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