UA-81302446-1 Herbert Passingham Hart Artist Cornish paintings Cornwall art

Herbert Passingham Hart

Louisa Fisher Hallamore
14th December 2014
Horace Percival Hart
Horace Percival Hart
14th December 2014

Herbert Passingham Hart Artist

born. 1864, Falmouth, Cornwall, England.; died. 08 Mar 1901, Falmouth, Cornwall, England.; married. JESSICA SILVIA POCKETT, 14 Nov 1892, Christ Church, Bloomsbury, London, England.; Jessica was born. 1866, Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales.

Notes for Herbert Passingham Hart Artist

Herbert attended the Slade School of art , University College, London; 

Lake’s Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser – Saturday 12 May 1883
                                  H. PASSINGHAM HART,

(From the Slade School. University College, London, and his father’s Studio,)

BEGS respectfully to announce that he purposes

                                                  giving
                             Lessons in Drawing & Painting

at Falmouth, beginning Tuesday. March 27,1889.

Private Lessons will be given, and Classes held at the Polytechnic Hall.

                                COURSE OF INSTRUCTION

Pencil, Sepia, and Crayon Drawing from the Antique; Perspective, the Figure and Landscape Painting in Water Colours, with the new Barbotine Pottery Painting.

N.B.The beautiful Barbotine Ware with its rich glaze and artistic colouring, has hitherto been beyond the range of Amateur production. Mr. Hart having studied in one of the best London Studios for this kind of work, has now made arrangements for teaching it, also supplying the necessary colours, firing, and glazing.

                                 Terms on Application.

ADDRESS—POLBREAN, the LIZARD

Cornishman – Saturday 29 December 1883

FOR SALE or EXCHANGE a Weight – carrying HUNTER, a fine grey Mare, 16 h.h., rising 5, sound, quiet, and good, in saddle or harness ; suitable for a brougham; is a very clever and bold fencer, refuses nothing; would exchange for lighter horse about 15.2 h.h.—For further particulars apply H. Passingham Hart, The Lizard, near Helston, Cornwall.

Cornishman – Thursday 10 January 1884

 FOR SALE or EXCHANGE a Weight – carrying HUNTER, a fine grey Mare, 16 h.h. rising 5, sound, quiet, and good, in saddle or harness ; suitable for a brougham; is very clever and bold fencer, refuses nothing; would exchange for lighter horse about 15.2 h.h.—for further particulars apply H. Passingham Hart, The Lizard, near Helston, Cornwall.

Western Times – Friday February 20th 1885
                    THE FINE ART GALLERY, FORE STREET.

Fine Art Gallery has been opened by our neighbour Miss Brown, at the Artists’ Repository, 142, Fore-Street Exeter, wherein is displayed a large number of pictures by the brushes some of the most distinguished local artists. Miss Brown fitted a spacious room for the reception of the various works of art committed to her care, and with judicious lighting and tasteful arrangement the paintings on the well-covered walls has produced a charming effect. The whole exhibition both iv extent and quality must be pronounced one of the beat private picture galleries ever opened in the city.

Mr Herbert Passingham Hart Artist , Dixs Field, sends a faultless outline drawing of Sea Divinities” after a design by Flaxman

EXETER and PLYMOUTH GAZETTE Saturday 19th January 1889
                                     ART SKETCHING CLUB.

To tie Editor of the Devon and Exeter Daily Gazette.

Sir,—ln answer to ” Amateur’s ” letter of 17th instant, respecting the institution of an Art sketching Club for Exeter and its lovely neighbourhood, I beg to state, through the medium of your valuable paper, that I shall be most happy to instruct any desirous of pursuing a course of study in this (the right) direction.

I am, yours truly,

  1. Herbert Passingham Hart Artist

Lullingstone, EXETER

WESTERN TIMES Saturday 14 September 1889
                  MOORSIDE SCHOOL, OKEHAMPTON.

Head Master : MR. J. W. BESLEY

(Honours Ist B.A. London).

Visiting Masters :

Drawing and Painting … Mr. Herbert Passingham Hart Artist

Music … Mr. Walter Lucas.

Dancing Signor Vinio.

Totally inclusive fees 45′ Guineas.

Day-boys’ fees … 15 Guineas.

The School-house, with southerly aspect, splendidly situated on the hill slope above the town and within one minute’s walk of the Station on the main line of the London and South Western Railway.

The boys have excellent playing fields.

Term begins September 16. Pupils can enter at time.

1891 Census

In the 1891 Census Herbert is a Animal Artist and Sculptor boarding at No 4 Fore Street Heavitree Devon with Farmer Robert C Reaves and his family

At the time of there Marriage he is living at Illfracombe, Devon, England. She is living at 15 Woburn Place, London, England.

Herbert died 8th March 1901 Kimberley Park Road, Falmouth, Cornwall, England

On his death certificate, Herbert is a coach driver living at 34 kimberkley Park Road, Falmouth, Cornwall.

In the 1901 Census his Wife now a widow, Jessica is staying with her Sister Edith L Gwynne Thomas at ‘The Elders’ Llanelly,  Carmarthenshire,  Wales

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