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Cardiff-born Dan Llywelyn Hall lives and works in London. Since graduating from the University of Westminster and winning a national art competition he has exhibited extensively, including at the Saatchi Gallery, Frieze Art Fair and the BP Portrait Award exhibition, and regularly in his native Wales. His subject matter is the landscape and man’s impact upon it, characteristically using strong colour, vigorous brushwork, spattering and texture.
oil on canvas
H 106 x W 108 cm
presented by the Contemporary Art Society for Wales