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Picnic on the Grass (detail), oil on panel by Blaker, Hugh Oswald, 1873–1936, photo credit: Gregynog Hall
Gregynog Hall is a historic house with Grade I listed gardens in the village of Tregynon, in the historic county of Montgomeryshire (now Powys). It was home to Gwendoline and Margaret Davies, who acquired it in 1920. They were granddaughters of a wealthy Victorian entrepreneur and used their fortune to build an extraordinary art collection. The sisters donated large sums of their fortune to good causes and gave the majority of their art collection to the National Museum of Wales, which included works by French Impressionists and Post-Impressionists – Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh and Cézanne. Gregynog Hall still houses a small collection of beautiful artworks. Explore the range of art prints and image licences.
The three artworks below can be purchased as oak or black satin framed prints for the special price of just £40 each.
Picnic on the Grass
Hugh Oswald Blaker (1873–1936)
William Strang (1859–1921)
Winter Landscape near Aberystwyth
Valerius de Saedeleer (1867–1941)
Framed and unframed prints from Gregynog Hall.
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Photo credit: Gregynog Hall
Afternoon Tea in a Garden
Blaker, Hugh Oswald, 1873–1936
Lemon, Arthur, 1850–1912
Peppercorn, Arthur Douglas, 1847–1924
Double Portrait at an Easel
Landscape with Windmill
de Saedeleer, Valerius, 1867–1941
Landscape, towards Aberystwyth from Llanfarian
Landscape: Trees and Sheep
Le lion comique
Man Greeting a Woman (A Conversation)
Man Wearing a Red Tie
St Trovaso, Venice
Watt, Linnie, active 1874–1908
Strang, William, 1859–1921
Trees and a Bridge
Winter Landscape, Aberystwyth
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