Seascape, Kennack Sands, c.1925
Wilfrid first visited Cornwall during his student days, accompanied by his cousin Lucien Monod, his sister Rachel, or with his uncle Oswald von Glehn who was not much older than himself. Oswald is thought to have studied at one time with Henry Scott Tuke in Falmouth.
When Wilfrid brought his new bride back to England in 1904, on the first leg of their extended honeymoon trip, they stayed with his sister Rachel who had by then married and settled in a beautifully situated farmhouse at Inglewidden near Cadgwith. Jane was entranced by these new surroundings, and was keen to explore more of her adopted country at the first opportunity.
On the Cliff, Cornwall, watercolour, 1922
Gwendreath Appleblossom, 1904