A member of the Newlyn Copperworks and 'able lieutenant' to John Drew MacKENZIE at the Newlyn Industrial Class, as described by Stanhope FORBES in 'A Newlyn Retrospect'.

The four large copper plaques - earth, air, fire and water (designed by J D MacKENZIE and Thomas Cooper GOTCH) - that decorate the facade of the Newlyn art gallery were worked by P Hodder, considered to be Mackenzie's right hand man, in the early days of the Newlyn Industrial Class.


Artist in copper

works and access

Access to work/work includes: The four large copper plaques - earth, air, fire and water - that decorate the facade of the Newlyn art gallery (designed by MacKenzie and Gotch) were worked by Hodder


Berriman (1986) Arts and Crafts in Newlyn 1890-1930

Hardie (1995) 100 Years in Newlyn: Diary of a Gallery

             (2009) Artist in Newlyn and West Cornwall

Laity (1986) Newlyn Copper