Tag Archives: Penmorfa Paintings

Where is your Gallery?

At the moment there isn’t one. This is partly for want of a suitable location with secure premises, but mainly because the paintings themselves need renovating and preserving before they can be displayed. Don’t lose hope though, the ultimate aim … Continue reading

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The Walrus and the Carpenter

The painting of the Walrus and the Carpenter hung in the dining room of Gogarth Abbey Hotel for many years – check back here soon for some very exciting news of the original painting! This picture was taken whilst it … Continue reading

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Gogarth Abbey Wine List

Here’s something different to the paintings but related to Gogarth Abbey Hotel – a recent find on eBay: an original Gogarth Abbey Hotel Wine List, complete with wine listings still inside it. Dates from about 1990. Fond memories of strolling into … Continue reading

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Gogarth Abbey Commemorative Postcard and Mousemat

Really enjoy creating these today, very pleased indeed with the result. Have never seen it done before…mixing photo and oil painting. First one sold on eBay for £3.50 within twenty minutes of listing it, second listing scored the highest number … Continue reading

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About Buckley Ousey

From ‘Bygone Stalybridge’ by Samuel Hill, 1907: “BUCKLEY OUSEY, R.C.A. Buckley Ousey was born in Castle Street, Stalybridge, in the year 1851, his father, who died a few weeks before our subject came into the world, being a clerk at … Continue reading

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About the Penmorfa Paintings

Penmorfa was built in the early 1860s at the instruction of Henry Liddell (Dean of Christ Church) on Llandudno’s West Shore. The Dean and his family used it for several years as a holiday home. One of Dean Liddell’s daughters, Alice, was reputedly the … Continue reading

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