Following on from my previous post, the rest of The Carthusian article (April 1902) on the Peasant Art exhibition explains the exhibits from various countries in some detail. Of particular interest is the later reference to the "work of the looms and of the needle".
I wonder how many of the items displayed in this 1902 exhibition became part of the peasant art collection bought from Rev. Gerald Davies, which was then displayed at the Peasant Art Museum on Kings Road, Haslemere until it transferred to the Haslemere Educational Museum.
|Charterhouse School Museum, 1914|
From the Photo Album of Josiah Denyer,
1914, Charterhouse School Archive, 0138
|Charterhouse Museum, 1882|
Charterhouse School Archive, 162/1/3.