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Idyllic seaside home and studio of British painter John Miller whose work featured on Chris Rea’s King Of The Beach album goes on sale for £1.7m Picturesque four-bedroom Ferrymans Rest alongside two-bedroom Beach House is on sale for £1.7million The Cornwall property, which also has private steps to the beach, was the home of famous artist John Miller He painted scenes of the turquoise Hayle estuary, St Ives bay and white sand beach from the house Striking blue and white artworks by him have gone on to be displayed at the Victoria and Albert museum 

By Luke Andrews For Mailonline

Published: 13:40 BST, 13 June 2019 | Updated: 13:40 BST, 13 June 2019



The idyllic seaside home and art studio of a British painter, famous for painting vivid scenes of Cornish beaches, has gone on sale for £1.7million.

John Miller painted simple but striking blue and white images of the turquoise Hayle estuary, St Ives bay and Porthkidney beach surrounding his home, along with other Cornish scenes, which ended up being displayed in the Victoria and Albert Museum, Truro cathedral and at private Soho-based club Groucho. 

One of his artworks was even used by Grammy award nominee Chris Rea, for the cover

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