Tongwynlais

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An original graphite drawing showing the fabulous courtyard within Castell Coch, Tongwynlais. It was designed in a revival gothic style by William Burges in 1875 for the 3rd Marquess of Bute - John Crichton-Stuart | Medium: Graphite on Paper | Size: 410mm x 297mm | Supplied with frame, card surround mount & glass | Ref: KWA61/GOP
Graphite on paper drawing of the iconic William Burges designed Castell Coch surrounded by the enchanting Fforest Fawr woodland, Tongwynlais. Work was financed by the 3rd Marquess of Bute, John Crichton-Stuart in 1875 - Supplied complete with frame, card surround mount and protective glass | Size: 411mm x 297mm | Ref. No: KWA49/GOP

Drawings by Kevin Williams

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A mixed media composition showing the top of St. Michaels Church, Tongwynlais across house roof-tops. It was built in 1875 and was constructed from red and grey sandstone and contains and intricate chancel screen - Supplied complete with frame, card surround mount and protective glass | Medium: Mixed Media | Size: 412mm x 297mm | Ref: KWA50/MM
Original mixed media composition of Wyndham Street in Tongwynlais on the northern edge of Cardiff. This stone-terraced street looks as if it could be somewhere up the valleys. It was named after Wyndham Lewis who was a magistrate, Deputy Lieutenant and Sherriff of Glamorgan and lived at the Greenmeadow House mansion which has since long gone - Supplied complete with frame, card surround mount and protective glass | Medium: Mixed Media | Size: 410mm x 297mm | Ref: KWA55/MM

Mixed Media Composition

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Original acrylic on board painting showing Wellington Street in Tongwynlais with its assortment of cottages, houses and bungalows | Framed individually by the artist | Medium: Acrylic on Board | Size: 450mm x 350mm | Ref: KWA62/AOB Les
The Lewis Arms pub is situated at the heart of the village of Tongwynlais and in this scene, you can see the village starting to come to life. The enchanting Castell Coch pops out of Fforest Fawr as it acts as guardian to its domain - Framed individually by the artist | Medium: Acrylic on Board | Size: 510mm x 410mm | Ref: KWA60/WFG
Original acrylic painting of the River Taff at Tongwynlais showing a flight of swallows by the bank. A path runs from Ivy Cottage alongside the river where kingfishers, herons and swallows can regularly be seen, making it such a beautiful spot - Individually framed by the artist | Medium: Acrylic on Board | Size: 510mm x 410mm | Ref: KWA51/AOB

Paintings by Kevin Williams

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Original acrylic on board painting showing Wellington Street in Tongwynlais with its assortment of cottages, houses and bungalows | Framed individually by the artist | Medium: Acrylic on Board | Size: 450mm x 350mm | Ref: KWA62/AOB Les Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands, Houses, Cottages, Wellington, Towns, Village, Island, Artist
Tongwynlais - 'Wellington Street'
Original acrylic on board painting showing Wellington Street in Tongwynlais with its assortment of cottages, houses and bungalows | Framed individually by the artist | Medium: Acrylic on Board | Size: 450mm x 350mm | Ref: KWA62/AOB Les
An original graphite drawing showing the fabulous courtyard within Castell Coch, Tongwynlais. It was designed in a revival gothic style by William Burges in 1875 for the 3rd Marquess of Bute - John Crichton-Stuart | Medium: Graphite on Paper | Size: 410mm x 297mm | Supplied with frame, card surround mount & glass | Ref: KWA61/GOP Architecture, Design, Wales, Marquess, Gothic, Welsh Castles, Stuart, Castle
Tongwynlais - 'Courtyard - Castell Coch'
An original graphite drawing showing the fabulous courtyard within Castell Coch, Tongwynlais. It was designed in a revival gothic style by William Burges in 1875 for the 3rd Marquess of Bute - John Crichton-Stuart | Medium: Graphite on Paper | Size: 410mm x 297mm | Supplied with frame, card surround mount & glass | Ref: KWA61/GOP
The Lewis Arms pub is situated at the heart of the village of Tongwynlais and in this scene, you can see the village starting to come to life. The enchanting Castell Coch pops out of Fforest Fawr as it acts as guardian to its domain - Framed individually by the artist | Medium: Acrylic on Board | Size: 510mm x 410mm | Ref: KWA60/WFG Mansions, Fairytale Castle, Southern Ireland, Forest, Lewis
Tongwynlais - 'Heart of the Village Under the gaze of Castell Coch'
The Lewis Arms pub is situated at the heart of the village of Tongwynlais and in this scene, you can see the village starting to come to life. The enchanting Castell Coch pops out of Fforest Fawr as it acts as guardian to its domain - Framed individually by the artist | Medium: Acrylic on Board | Size: 510mm x 410mm | Ref: KWA60/WFG
Graphite on paper drawing of the iconic William Burges designed Castell Coch surrounded by the enchanting Fforest Fawr woodland, Tongwynlais. Work was financed by the 3rd Marquess of Bute, John Crichton-Stuart in 1875 - Supplied complete with frame, card surround mount and protective glass | Size: 411mm x 297mm | Ref. No: KWA49/GOP Art, Graphite, Iconic Landmarks, The Outsiders, Artwork
Tongwynlais - 'Castell Coch in Fforest Fawr'
Graphite on paper drawing of the iconic William Burges designed Castell Coch surrounded by the enchanting Fforest Fawr woodland, Tongwynlais. Work was financed by the 3rd Marquess of Bute, John Crichton-Stuart in 1875 - Supplied complete with frame, card surround mount and protective glass | Size: 411mm x 297mm | Ref. No: KWA49/GOP
A mixed media composition showing the top of St. Michaels Church, Tongwynlais across house roof-tops. It was built in 1875 and was constructed from red and grey sandstone and contains and intricate chancel screen - Supplied complete with frame, card surround mount and protective glass | Medium: Mixed Media | Size: 412mm x 297mm | Ref: KWA50/MM Art Projects, Rooftop, Michael Church, St Michael, Original Mixed Media, Church Media
Tongwynlais - 'St. Michaels Church'
A mixed media composition showing the top of St. Michaels Church, Tongwynlais across house roof-tops. It was built in 1875 and was constructed from red and grey sandstone and contains and intricate chancel screen - Supplied complete with frame, card surround mount and protective glass | Medium: Mixed Media | Size: 412mm x 297mm | Ref: KWA50/MM
Original acrylic painting of the River Taff at Tongwynlais showing a flight of swallows by the bank. A path runs from Ivy Cottage alongside the river where kingfishers, herons and swallows can regularly be seen, making it such a beautiful spot - Individually framed by the artist | Medium: Acrylic on Board | Size: 510mm x 410mm | Ref: KWA51/AOB Swallows, River, Over The River, Swallow, Heron
Tongwynlais - 'Swallows over the River Taff''
Original acrylic painting of the River Taff at Tongwynlais showing a flight of swallows by the bank. A path runs from Ivy Cottage alongside the river where kingfishers, herons and swallows can regularly be seen, making it such a beautiful spot - Individually framed by the artist | Medium: Acrylic on Board | Size: 510mm x 410mm | Ref: KWA51/AOB
Acrylic on board painting of a beautiful canal bank picnic spot in Tongwynlais. My maternal grandmother grew up in Aberthaw House which was once nearby but demolished for the construction of the M4 - Individually framed by the artist | Media: Acrylic on Board | Size: 450mm x 350 | Ref: KWA52/AOB Grounds, Market Garden, Canal Bank, Canal
Tongwynlais - 'Canal Bank Picnic Spot''
Acrylic on board painting of a beautiful canal bank picnic spot in Tongwynlais. My maternal grandmother grew up in Aberthaw House which was once nearby but demolished for the construction of the M4 - Individually framed by the artist | Media: Acrylic on Board | Size: 450mm x 350 | Ref: KWA52/AOB
Original oil on canvas showing an unusual view of the magnificent William Burges designed neo-gothic folly of Castell Coch in the gorgeous woodland of Fforest Fawr, Tongwynlais. Restoration started in 1875 and was financed by the 3rd Marquess of Bute - John Crichton-Stuart - Individually framed by the artist | Medium:  Oil on Canvas | Size: 451mm x 350mm | Ref. No: KWA53/OOC Folly, Original Oil
Tongwynlais - 'Castell Coch in Fforest Fawr'
Original oil on canvas showing an unusual view of the magnificent William Burges designed neo-gothic folly of Castell Coch in the gorgeous woodland of Fforest Fawr, Tongwynlais. Restoration started in 1875 and was financed by the 3rd Marquess of Bute - John Crichton-Stuart - Individually framed by the artist | Medium: Oil on Canvas | Size: 451mm x 350mm | Ref. No: KWA53/OOC
An original acrylic painting with the Arosfa Cafe centred at the heart of the village of Tongwynlais. A popular place for both locals and tourists which provides the opportunity to watch the world go on its merry way - Individually framed by the artist | Media: Acrylic on Board | Size: 510mm x 410mm | Ref. No: KWA54/AOB Places, Popular, Locals, Cafe, Tourist
Tongwynlais - 'Arosfa Cafe'
An original acrylic painting with the Arosfa Cafe centred at the heart of the village of Tongwynlais. A popular place for both locals and tourists which provides the opportunity to watch the world go on its merry way - Individually framed by the artist | Media: Acrylic on Board | Size: 510mm x 410mm | Ref. No: KWA54/AOB
An original oil painting showing a section of Merthyr Road as it runs through the centre of the village of Tongywynlais. The Spa shop can be seen on the left and provides a much needed service in the area. The magnificent Garth mountain can be seen in the distance as it looks over the Taff Valley - Individually framed by the artist | Medium: Oil on Canvas | Size: 760mm x 510mm | Ref: KWA57/OOC Centre, Distance, Valley, Mountain, Road
Tongwynlais - 'The Spa and the Garth Mountain'
An original oil painting showing a section of Merthyr Road as it runs through the centre of the village of Tongywynlais. The Spa shop can be seen on the left and provides a much needed service in the area. The magnificent Garth mountain can be seen in the distance as it looks over the Taff Valley - Individually framed by the artist | Medium: Oil on Canvas | Size: 760mm x 510mm | Ref: KWA57/OOC
Original mixed media composition of Wyndham Street in Tongwynlais on the northern edge of Cardiff. This stone-terraced street looks as if it could be somewhere up the valleys. It was named after Wyndham Lewis who was a magistrate, Deputy Lieutenant and Sherriff of Glamorgan and lived at the Greenmeadow House mansion which has since long gone - Supplied complete with frame, card surround mount and protective glass | Medium: Mixed Media | Size: 410mm x 297mm | Ref: KWA55/MM Painting & Drawing, Cardiff, Composition, Wyndham Lewis, Wyndham, The Valley
Tongwynlais - 'Wyndham Street'
Original mixed media composition of Wyndham Street in Tongwynlais on the northern edge of Cardiff. This stone-terraced street looks as if it could be somewhere up the valleys. It was named after Wyndham Lewis who was a magistrate, Deputy Lieutenant and Sherriff of Glamorgan and lived at the Greenmeadow House mansion which has since long gone - Supplied complete with frame, card surround mount and protective glass | Medium: Mixed Media | Size: 410mm x 297mm | Ref: KWA55/MM
Picturesque view of a row of stone terraced houses on Merthyr Road as it runs through the north Cardiff village of Tongwynlais. The St. Michael's church bell can be seen in the background - Framed individually by the artist | Medium: Acrylic on Board | Size: 510mm x 410mm | Ref: KWA59/AOB Picturesque
Tongwynlais - 'Terrace Housing in the Village Centre'
Picturesque view of a row of stone terraced houses on Merthyr Road as it runs through the north Cardiff village of Tongwynlais. The St. Michael's church bell can be seen in the background - Framed individually by the artist | Medium: Acrylic on Board | Size: 510mm x 410mm | Ref: KWA59/AOB