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Criccieth Castle, in Criccieth,Eifionydd,Gwynedd,Wales more
From the painting by Edwin Hayes, R.H.A. R.I.
The first place of note you come to over the undulating road from Portmadoc is
Cricieth in medieval poetry mentions Syr Hywel y Fwyall, who died in 1381.
The artist, Edwin Hayes, was originally from England but moved to Dublin as a boy; he later moved back to England. This painting appears to be in oils, and is very dramatic; it was sold in an auction in 2015. The painting itself measures only 16×26cm (roughly six inches high and ten inches wide).