Self-portrait. 1939-40 by Evan Walters (1893-1951) This shows the two main sides of this Welsh artist's work in one painting - realism and an interest in cubism/vorticism...green checked tweed jacket with dramatic facial hair...
Dylan Thomas by Augustus John.
Samantha French - oh, how I love her swimmers in stripy suits! - The Jealous Curator
artist lisa golightly
MATHIEU CHERKIT, Cuisine bleue, 2011, huile sur toile, 150/100cm
A student of Wilson, Thomas Jones (1742-1803) ranged from the classical to the dramatic baroque, to studies of buildings- a delight in observation for its own sake- that are strikingly modern for a late 18th century artist. Buildings in Naples is a tiny painting and A Wall in Naples the smallest in The National Gallery, London.
KENJI'S WELSH ART GALLERY - William Parry: The Blind Harpist Joseph Parry Willam Parry was the famous Welsh harpist’s son. He died at the age of 47 and became neglected, many of his paintings lost or mis-attributed, but he is the subject of a recent book by Miles Wynn Cato.