Photographic Print. Pink Gothic Pavillion in the centre of the village at Portmeirion, Gwyneddd, Wales.
Originally built in 1810, the Gothic Pavilion was gifted to Portmeirion from the owners of Nerquis Hall in Flintshire, who did not want it on their façade. Sir Clough Williams-Ellis took pity on the unwanted structure and had it rebuilt in 1965 to be a main feature of the green lawn and Piazza in the centre of the village. Aswell as being a piece of stunning architecture, looking through its pink gothic doorway provides a curious, dramatic view of the Piazza and Gloriette.
When I posted this on my Instagram I gave it a pale blue border so that it displayed the whole photograph, if you are thinking of a framed print, the pale blue suited it really well. Link to my Instagram is the icon in left menu.
In Paintings in Gouache there are 4 paintings which are about Portmeirion and The Prisoner.
Colours are as accurate as possible but may differ slightly due to screen calibrations.
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Images printed at a Fuji approved professional laboratory on highest quality archive papers, Fuji Crystal or DP 2.
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