Casgliadau Celf Arlein

Clifford Lee

JOHN, Augustus (1878 - 1961)

(Nid oes modd darparu delwedd o'r gwaith celf hwn ar hyn o bryd. Mae hyn naill ai oherwydd cyfyngiadau hawlfraint, neu oherwydd bod y ddelwedd yn aros i gael ei digideiddio. Ymddiheurwn am unrhyw anghyfleustra a achosir gan hyn.)

Dyddiad: 1959

Cyfrwng: olew ar gynfas

Maint: 86.5 x 63.7 cm

Derbyniwyd: 1972; Prynwyd

Rhif Derbynoli: NMW A 4917


Nick Wharton
6 Mawrth 2015, 22:05
John painted T.E Lawrence, Thomas Hardy, George Bernhard Shaw & Dylan Thomas. But the greatest man he ever painted was my Grandfather, Cliff Lee. Traveller, Romani, Gent, Legend.
Amgueddfa Cymru
20 Awst 2012, 11:56
Thank you for your comment. There are no current plans to exhibit the work but we will update Art Online if the work is on display. We can make an appointment for anyone to view any work in store. Please contact the art department to make an appointment.
Thank you, Clare Smith, Collections Manager, Art Department
19 Awst 2012, 00:37
If this portrait is ever included in an exhibition I would really appreciate it if I could be informed by e-mail. I have been to the Museum some years ago when Tim Egan allowed our family to view it in storage but it would be wonderful to see it on display.

from Greta Wharton (daughter of Clifford Lee)
greta wharton
25 Chwefror 2012, 10:07
Dear Joyce
Clifford Lee was my father and the portrait you enquire about is indeed in the National Museum of Wales. At present it is in storage and not on view to the public as far as I know. Was your father in law Roy Boyer?
Amgueddfa Cymru
1 Mawrth 2010, 15:39
Dear Joyce - Many thanks for your comment, I understand that one of our curators have contacted you direct regarding this enquiry. Many thanks for your interest in Amgueddfa Cymru.
1 Mawrth 2010, 10:32
i am trying to trace a portrait of a Romany called Clff Lee who lived in the New forest and was painted by Augustus John.Cliff eventually stopped travelling and lived in Maghull Merseyside. He became a close fiend of my late father in law who always told us that the painting hung in the National Portrait Gallery. However,it looks as if it may have been purchased by the National Museum of Wales. could you confirm that this is the case and if it is possible to view the painting should it be in your posession. Many thanks.

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