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Bashful Bunny Framed Print
Bashful Bunny Framed Print
The Bashful Bunny Framed Print is a gorgeous way to decorate a nursery. A mini-story of love and snuggles, it shows our bonny beige bunny playing. Beautifully bordered in neutral tones, it brings comforting cuteness to any room. H54 x W24cm This item is not a toy Wipe clean only
£25.95
Landscape Flowers Canvas Art   (2)
Landscape Flowers Canvas Art (2)
A canvas-mounted print of a photograph of a range of flowers in the beautiful gardens at Portmeirion Village - Clough Williams Ellis' Italianate masterpiece in North Wales. W: 50cm (20") x H: 40cm (16") Presented on a wooden-framed canvas
£9.99

Meryl Watts Single Postcard Mount & Fram
Meryl Watts Single Postcard Mount & Fram
MERYL WATTS (1910-1992) is an iconic figure amongst the artists of North Wales. She attended the Blackheath School of Arts and Crafts (1932 -1935) and started to exhibit in 1937. The principal of the School was John Edgar Platt who was able to develop Meryl's interest in print making. In 1943 her parents' London house was damaged in the Blitz and her father's printing works destroyed. Their wide circle...
£16.99

Portrait Bell Tower Canvas Art    (10)
Portrait Bell Tower Canvas Art (10)
Design for the Bell Tower, Portmeirion, 1927 This splendid drawing is probably the sheet included in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in 1932. Sometimes called the Campanile, this tower was planned by Clough to draw attention to his venture at Portmeirion and also to demonstrate his belief that architecture should concern itself with groups of buildings in the environment. The seriousness of this...
£9.99
Portrait Village Summer Canvas Art  (16)
Portrait Village Summer Canvas Art (16)
A canvas-mounted print of a montage of photographs of some of the striking features at Portmeirion Village - Clough Williams Ellis' Italianate masterpiece in North Wales. Canvas Print Dimensions; Width: 50cm (20") Height: 40cm (16") Features Presented on a wooden-framed canvas
£9.99

View From Chantry Meryl Watts
View From Chantry Meryl Watts
View ffrom Chantry, Meryl Watts, pencil & watercolour, 1947. Meryl Watts (1910-1992) first exhibited her work in 1937. In 1943 her parents' London house was damaged by bombs and her father's printing works destroyed. Their circle of acquaintances included Clough William Ellis who arranged for the family to be evacuated to Portmeirion where they stayed for five years. Meryl Watts painted several...
£10.00