Ink and gouache. 12¼ x 17½in. (31.1 x 44.5cm.) ProvenancePurchased from the artist in 1977 by the present owner.ExhibitedPenzance, Newlyn Gallery, 1976, no. 31, as ca. 1946.St. Ives, Tate Gallery, 2009.LiteratureRatcliffe, 2007, ill. col. pl. 75.Shillitoe & Morrisson, 2014, ill. col. fig. 6.The technique is decalcomania. All the works in the Santa Warna series depict the well as a substantial structure atop a short flight of steps. In reality, at the times when Colquhoun could have visited St Agnes, the well was little more than a natural spring in a field surrounded by a kerb of un-worked stones.