Yesterday we got a boat and rowed around the coast to a tiny inlet above which nestles a charming little hamlet with the chaste name of Maidencoombe. There we found sunny tea-gardens, and had a light meal at a rustic table. This morning we went to a museum where Tom Mostyn, of whose works you may have seen reproductions, has a studio. He kindly let us in to see his work, and proved a most interesting man, simple and direct.
He discussed his pictures and their difficulties, even making certain experimental alterations for our consideration.
[Image: ‘Low tide, Torquay’, G.L. Lee, March 1919]