Pen and Ink-The Bridge-Llandeilo-01 – A pen and ink drawing of the approach to Llandeilo over the biggest single-arch stone bridge in Wales, called by the antiquary, George Eyre Evans, “the finest single-arch stone bridge in Wales”. Llandeilo gets it’s name from the church, as is common in Wales, the Church of St Teilo, one of the most celebrated Celtic Saints who was a contemporary, and supposedly a great friend of Saint David, the patron Saint of Wales. Indeed, in a vote to see which Saint Wales should choose for their patron St Teilo only lost out to St David by three votes. I am lucky enough to live in Llandeilo and have lived here, in and around the town, since 1981. To my great delight I live near to a great many of these fine Welsh villages and towns which frequently feature as an inspiration for my work.
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