Cardiff Bay 1930 Canvas Art Print

Portmeirion Cymru Cardiff Bay 1930 Canvas Art Print

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Product Description

A canvas-mounted print of a 1930s photograph of Cardiff Bay.

Cardiff Bay played a major part in Cardiff’s development by being the means of exporting coal from the South Wales Valleys to the rest of the world, helping to power the industrial age. The coal mining industry helped fund the building of Cardiff into the Capital city of Wales and helped the Third Marquis of Bute, who owned the docks, become the richest man in the world at the time.

As Cardiff exports grew, so did its population; dockworkers and sailors from across the world settled in neighbourhoods close to the docks, known as Tiger Bay, and communities from up to 45 different nationalities, including Norwegian, Somali, Yemeni, Spanish, Italian, Caribbean and Irish helped create the unique multicultural character of the area.

After the Second World War most of the industry closed down and became derelict. But, in 1999, new life was injected into the area by the building of the Cardiff Bay Barrage, one of the most controversial building projects of the day but also one of the most successful. 

Canvas Print Dimensions;

  • Width: 50cm (20")
  • Height: 40cm (16")

Features

  • Presented on a wooden-framed canvas
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