Hepworth’s vision of Cornwall is embodied by renewed Tate St Ives

Tate St Ives

“The barbaric and magical countryside of rocky hills, fertile valleys and dynamic coastline” of Cornwall, one of the county’s most revered sculptors once wrote, affords artists “a strong sunlight and a radiance from the sea, which almost surrounds this spit of land”.

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