Barbara Tribe in the kitchen of her home, 'The Studio', Sheffield, Cornwall
In 1948 Barbara Tribe moved to Sheffield, Cornwall with her husband and architect, John Singleman. There they bought and renovated a former Baptist Sunday School, naming it 'The Studio'. From 1948 to 1988 Tribe worked as a lecturer in modelling and sculpture at the nearby Penzance School of Art. She continued to live at 'The Studio' until her death in 2000.
black and white photograph
20.4 x 15.4 cm image; 21.6 x 16.5 cm
Signature & date
Not signed. Not dated.
National Art Archive. Gift of John Schaeffer and the Barbara Tribe Foundation 2009
Not on display
© Unknown photographer
Referenced in 1 publication
Patricia McDonald, Barbara Tribe: sculptor, North Ryde, 2000, 6. illustrated