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This is an allegorical painting of a story from the early medieval Welsh collection of stories and myths, 'The Mabinogion'. Blodeuwedd was the woman created of flowers, who was eventually punished for her transgressions by being changed into an owl. Jeremy Roberts was born in Maesteg. He studied art at Leeds College of Art and Cardiff School of Art and Design and Anthropology at University College, London. He was a lecturer at Dyfed College of Art from 1974.

Carmarthenshire Museum







acrylic on board


H 30.3 x W 30.5 cm

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gift from the Arts Council of Wales

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