Gwendoline Davies (1882-1951)

Together with her sister, Margaret Davies Gwendoline Davies assembled one of the most important art collections in Britain. Inheriting the family fortune of their grandfather David Davies of Llandinam, from 1908 they bought work by French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artists, as well as works by English and Welsh artists and the Old Masters.
They bequeathed much of their collection to the National Museum of Wales in 1951 and 1953.

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Virgin and Child with a Pomegranate
artist: workshop of Sandro Botticelli
former owner: Gwendoline Davies
National Museum, Cardiff
 Virgin adoring the Child with the young St John the Baptist Virgin adoring the Child with the young St John the Baptist
artist: workshop of Sandro Botticelli
former owner: Gwendoline Davies
about 1470-1510
National Museum, Cardiff
The Disrobing of Christ
artist: Domenico Theotokopuli
former owner: Gwendoline Davies
about 1577-1579
National Museum, Cardiff




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