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John Dillwyn Llewelyn 1810-1882

£19.99

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The Dillwyn family were celebrated Swansea industrialists and landed gentry in the early nineteenth century. By his late twenties he was established in Swansea society, had been on the "Grand Tour" of Europe as many young men his age were able to do, was very much involved in family and business affairs. He began to take an interest in the work of Louis Daguerre, inventor of the daguerrotype, the earliest form of photography. From this interest he can be regarded as the earliest Welsh photographer.

This softback book dated 1980 is the catalogue of a Welsh Arts Council exhibition demonstrating his work. It is in very good condition. No marks or inscriptions. Not ex-library. Included is a Welsh Arts Council press release about the exhibition.

Item details

Added value:
Welsh Arts Council press release.
Author(s):
Welsh Arts Council
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
30x21cms
Edition:
1980
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
48
Publisher:
Welsh Arts Council
Title:
John Dillwyn Llewelyn 1810-1882

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The Dillwyn family were celebrated Swansea industrialists and landed gentry in the early nineteenth century. By his late twenties he was established in Swansea society, had been on the "Grand Tour" of Europe as many young men his age were able to do, was very much involved in family and business affairs. He began to take an interest in the work of Louis Daguerre, inventor of the daguerrotype, the earliest form of photography. From this interest he can be regarded as the earliest Welsh photographer.

This softback book dated 1980 is the catalogue of a Welsh Arts Council exhibition demonstrating his work. It is in very good condition. No marks or inscriptions. Not ex-library. Included is a Welsh Arts Council press release about the exhibition.

Added value:
Welsh Arts Council press release.
Author(s):
Welsh Arts Council
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
30x21cms
Edition:
1980
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
48
Publisher:
Welsh Arts Council
Title:
John Dillwyn Llewelyn 1810-1882

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