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This painting is a view of Arenig Fawr in North Wales. Augustus John and his friend James Dickson Innes both worked around Arenig near Bala in 1911/1912. The mountain is the subject of pictures by Innes in the National Museum of Wales, Tate Gallery, Fitzwilliam Museum, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea and numerous other public collections. Arenig Fawr (2,800 ft) is the only mountain in Wales with twin peaks.
oil on board
H 30.5 x W 38.1 cm
donated by Sir Michael Ernest Sadler, 1923