Tongwynlais - ''Castell Coch in Fforest Fawr''
Medium: Graphite on Paper Ref: KWA49/GOP
Castell Coch is an iconic landmark in Tongwynlais and much observed by artists and photographers as well as being employed by both programme and filmmakers. It is a gothic revival folly designed and rebuilt by the 'eccentric genius' William Burgess in 1875 for the fabulously wealthy 3rd Marquess of Bute - John Crichton-Stuart. This is not the most recorded view but as the light comes through the forest on the south-west side, it really is the most magical view of the castle.
- Supplied complete with frame, card surround mount and protective glass
- Size: 411mm x 297mm
- Ref. No: KWA49/GOP
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