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Stuart Evans

The Edith Eleanor: produced as a combined lithograph and linocut with hand colouring, this print depicts the last boat to have ever been built in Aberystwyth in 1881 – the 81 foot long three masted schooner The Edith Eleanor. Captained by William Thomas Jones, this ship travelled as far south to the Mediterranean  and as far west as the coast of Labrador – trading Welsh slate and timber for fish and salt. The ship finally met its end in the Bristol Channel in 1921 Further information about About Stuart

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Aberystwyth Printmakers

Print Collectors Club 2016 As Curator of the Collections and Exhibition Designer at The Ceredigion Museum, much of Stuart’s artistic output reflects his curiosity and knowledge of local history, which not surprisingly  is closely associated with maritime history, boat...

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Broken and Damaged at Bronglais Hospital

Bronglais Hospital Aberystwyth from 15th January until 9th April 2018.Stuart Evans will be showing Broken and damaged, his watercolours, etching, and lino print works at the dining room display, Bronglais Hospital, Aberystwyth from 15th January until 9th April 2018.

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