Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, 1889 (as June Sketch at Croyde)
Feeney was a close friend of J.W. Waterhouse. They married sisters, respectively Emily and Esther Kenworthy. Feeney often stayed in a cottage called Springhaven at Croyde, and later built a house on Baggy Point there in 1892. Both artists painted thereabouts. This painting was noted as ‘vigorous’ by the reviewer of the Birmingham Daily Post. Like paintings by his brother-in-law, it is painted freely and quickly, without drawing, with immediate effect.