Philip Rashleigh exhibited at NAG in 1937. Both he and his wife studied with Stanhope FORBES. His wife (no personal name known) attended the school of painting in 1935-6, and her husband the following year (1937).
There is some confusion related to the name 'Philip' which is clearly published in the pupil list, and the name 'Frank Rashleigh' which is used for exhibiting purposes. This may be the same person, or two different members of the Rashleigh family of Cornwall.
A painting by Frank R Rashleigh is held in the collection of Redruth Town Museum, entitled View of Carn Brea (oil on canvas).
works and access
Works include: Flowers from a Cornish Garden (1937); Still Life - Vase of Daisies; Cornish Coastal Garden Sloping to the Sea; Still life - Ophelia roses; A Cottage Window (vase of Michaelmas daisies and asters); On a Summers Day, Tolpedda Vounder, Cornwall; Cornish Cliffs and Sea; Cornish River; Still Life (instruments)
Green (2002) Posing the Model
Hardie (2009) Artists/Newlyn & West Cornwall
NAG Exhibition records (see Hardie 2009)
Public Catalogue Foundation (PCF) Cornwall & the Isles of Scilly: Oil Paintings in Public Ownership
WH Lane Sales Catalogue