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Three Graces

Photo credit: Welshpool Town Council

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This painting shows three unmarried daughters of Abraham Howell, a prominent solicitor and mayor of Welshpool on three occasions. Two of them are Frances Ellen Howell (1848–1934) and Isabella Mary Howell (1845–1914), who signed the artist's sitters' book for 1910.

Welshpool Town Hall



Three Graces




oil on canvas


H 180 x W 110 cm (E)

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gift, 1935

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Welshpool Town Hall

40 High Street, Welshpool, Powys SY21 7TQ Wales

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