Robert Evans Creer

An exhibition of watercolours by a Manx Victorian artist begins at the Manx Museum this week. It features the works of Robert Evans Creer of Ramsey who was born in 1838 and painted Manx landscapes, so capturing the Victorian IOM and many of its rural ways for ever. More than 100 of his works – including a variety of rural and coastal scenes – were recently bequeathed to Manx National Heritage and these will be on show until January next year.