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Welsh Costumes No 5. [Coming from Church.]
Welsh Costumes No 5. [Coming from Church.]
[after Richard Dadd?]
Lithographed and Published by Newman & Co, 48 Watling St., London.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 220 x 300mm (8¾ x 12") with large margins.
A Welsh congregation leaving church, apparently after a wedding, both men and women wearing the 'stove-pipe' Welsh hat popular in north-west Wales. A watercolour of this scene in the National Library of Wales has been attributed to Richard Dadd (1817-86), famed for his paintings of fairy scenes and for killing his father, an act that resulted in him being sent to Broadmoor mental hospital.
See NLW PB07218 for the watercolour.
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Welsh Costumes No 6. [Market Scene.]
Welsh Costumes No 6. [Market Scene.]
Lithographed and Published by Newman & Co, 48 Watling St., London.
Tinted lithograph. Sheet 220 x 300mm (8¾ x 12") with large margins.
Five Welsh women and a man in tranditional costume. Three of the women are wearing the 'stove-pipe' Welsh hat popular in north-west Wales; a fourth has removed hers to carry a ewer on her head. A watercolour used for this series in the National Library of Wales has been attributed to Richard Dadd (1817-86), famed for his paintings of fairy scenes and for killing his father, an act that resulted in him being sent to Broadmoor mental hospital.
See NLW PB07218 for the watercolour.
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