Artists Colony (1948) – British Pathè
Artists colony, St Ives in Cornwall.
L/S St Ives Bay. Top shot pan houses round Bay. Top shot pan town of St Ives. L/S pan boats on beach. L/S part of Bay. M/S Small house. M/S Doorways – sign ‘Bernard Ninnies’. Angle shot of door. C/U Door ‘Blue Studio’. L/S and C/U ‘Parkers Restaurant’. L/S street. L/S Carn Claze Place. L/S man and woman artists. L/S man and woman artists painting. M/S and C/U Man painting. L/S across Bay.
M/S Woman artist painting. M/S Model posing on rocks, pan down to artist. C/U Artist. Top shot artist and model. M/S and C/U Sculptor looking across bay. L/S artist and model. M/S and L/S sculptor, he walks off. M/S Pan sculptor going into house. L/S interior, sculptor lighting stove. C/U Starting work on statue. C/U Work of art. C/U Sculptor, Top view roofs.
Angle shot artist leaving studio. Angle shot, two women and one man coming down steps. L/S artists in street. L/S house. L/S interior restaurant. M/S Two men one girl drinking. C/U Three men. C/U Two men and a girl talking. C/U Bearded man. L/S interior tea shop. L/S part of Bay. L/S out to sea.
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