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The ascent to the ruins of Harlech castle

John Warwick Smith18 July 1792

The National Library of Wales

The National Library of Wales
Aberystwyth, United Kingdom

'The ascent to the ruins of Harlech castle, from the great level, on leaving the Traeth Sands. Merionethshire.'

John 'Warwick' Smith (1749-1831) was amongst the most famous watercolourists of his day. Between 1784 and 1806 he frequently visited Wales and became increasingly enchanted by the country. The National Library's collections contain 162 of his watercolour works which are based on his travels in Wales.

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