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Edward Pugh of Ruthin: 1763-1813: A Native Artist,9780708325667
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Edward Pugh of Ruthin: 1763-1813: A Native Artist



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Univ of Chicago Pr

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This book is the first to explore the work of the nearly forgotten Welsh artist and writer Edward Pugh (1763-1813), a fascinating painter of the landscapes of North Wales and a brilliant observer of Welsh rural life.

Table of Contents

Foel-Famma, from Careg Carn March Arther
Llanfwrog, Ruthin, and Llanbedr
Bathafern Hills from Coedmarchan Rocks
Pont-Newydd over the Ceirw near Corwen
A Fall on the Dee, near the Vale of Crucis
Pen-y-Lan, across the Dee
Modern Leisure in Modern London
Cambria Depicta: the History of the Book
Cambria Depicta: the People, the Past and the Present
Cambria Depicta: Landscape, the Sublime and the Beautiful
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