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Abergavenny Welsh Literary And Music Festivals Gallery

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Choose from 6 pictures in our Abergavenny Welsh Literary And Music Festivals collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Interior of the Cymreigyddion Hall, Abergavenny, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Interior of the Cymreigyddion Hall, Abergavenny, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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The Cymreigyddion Festival - harpers, 1845. Creator: Unknown
The Cymreigyddion Festival - harpers, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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Statue in the Hall, at Abergavenny, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Statue in the Hall, at Abergavenny, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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The Cymreigyddion Festival - the procession through Abergavenny, 1845. Creator: Smyth
The Cymreigyddion Festival - the procession through Abergavenny, 1845. Creator: Smyth
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The Rev. T. Price, 1845. Creator: Unknown
The Rev. T. Price, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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The Cymreigyddion Festival - chorus singers, 1845. Creator: Unknown
The Cymreigyddion Festival - chorus singers, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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Statue in the Hall, at Abergavenny, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Statue in the Hall, at Abergavenny, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Statue in the Hall, at Abergavenny, 1845. Sculpture on display at the Cymreigyddion Festival in Wales. ...a splendid Statue of the ancient bard Taliesin pen Beirrdd, the work of Mr. W. Jones, of Merthyr Tydvil, who had brought it 150 miles to grace the Eisteddfod of 1845...(the Prince of the Bards) wrapped in a simple frock, like a monk's, bound round the waist with a rope, one arm raised high above his head, as if in denunciation, with the air and aspect of a prophet. The bard is in the act of exhorting the Clergy to retain the doctrines of tie Gospel, as they had received them from the Apostolic hand, against St. Augustine with the innovations of Rome. There is a great spirit and character in this work, the composition simple, the action vigorous, and the meaning clear. We shall see it in marble." From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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