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John Lloyd (1771-1829) and George Thomas of Llandyssil

WEAVER, Thomas (1774 - 1843)

John Lloyd (1771-1829) and George Thomas of Llandyssil

Date: About 1817

Media: oil on canvas

Size: 70.5 x 90.8 cm

Acquired: 1979; Gift; Dr Wyndham Lloyd

Accession Number: NMW A 408

John Lloyd (1771-1829) was the son of Maurice Lloyd of Llanfair Caereinion. Also a burgess of Montgomery, he lived at the Court, Abermule. Lloyd was a keen sportsman and is depicted with his hounds beside the Severn. The man with an otter-pole and a hunting horn is George Thomas (1786-1859), best known for his mock heroic poems on local events, including The Otter Hunt and The Death of a Roman, a well-known hound, the property of John Lloyd, Esquire, both published in 1817.


Amgueddfa Cymru
2 September 2013, 13:59
Dear Lawrence, I have been advised by our Art Department that you have already telephoned to resolve this enquiry. Thank you for your interest in Amguedfa Cymru
Graham Davies, Online Curator
Lawrence Weaver
30 August 2013, 19:42
Could you tell me if this painting is signed please? I have the letters and excerpts of the diary of Thomas Weaver, and am writing a book about him. Thank you.
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