John Hemingway (1795–1872)

Image credit: Treftadaeth Menai Heritage

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A portrait of John Hemingway, master stonemason and builder and contractor for stone abutments and towers of Britannia Bridge.

Thomas Telford Centre

Menai Bridge


John Hemingway (1795–1872)




oil on canvas


H 162 x W 120 cm

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gift from Mr Mark Johnson

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