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Born in Llangefni in Anglesey, Williams studied at the Slade. During his youth he thoroughly explored the mountains of North Wales, later recalling: 'When I became a painter I knew the other side of those mountains I was painting'. A Royal Academician, he is Wales's most distinguished living landscape painter. This view is south-east from the pass of Aberglaslyn near Beddgelert towards the Moelwyn mountains near Ffestiniog in Gwynedd.
oil on canvas
H 38.8 x W 77 cm
NMW A 2617
bequeathed by Margaret Davies, 1963
Label on verso: NMW Schools service label Label on verso: P670 Label on verso: P670 Signed: (lower right) K W Not dated.