Charles GINNER

Charles GINNER

The artist was born in Cannes, South of France. A visitor to Cornwall from Hampstead, London in the early 1920s, Ginner returned upon occasion later. He was known to have been painting at Porthleven c1922, and exhibited regularly in the London Salon. Two of his paintings, The Mullion Wireless (1921) and St Just in Penwith (1923) show a modern realist approach to landscape painting and clarity of colour thickly applied. These two were included in the 1987 Looking West Exhibition sponsored by NAG and the RCA.


Painter in watercolours and oils of landscapes; printmaker

works and access

Works Include: The Mullion Wireless (1921); St Just in Penwith (1923)


London Salon

Looking West Exhibition 1987 (sponsored by NAG and the RCA)



Allied Artists Association

Fitzroy Street Group

Camden Town Group


Cross (1994) The Shining Sands;

Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall (col pl: St Just in Penwith, cov illus)

 Looking West Exhibition catalogue (repr Hardie 2009);

Tate (1985) St Ives 1939-64, Twenty Five Years of Painting, Sculpture and Pottery

The Year's Art;