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Roedd dadorchuddio cofeb Gwen John yn gydnabyddiaeth o gyfraniad y Gymraes i'r byd celf rhyngwladol ac yn garreg filltir yn hanes diwylliant Cymru.
As a kid I grew up in Cardiff and was taken to the National Museum countless times and the Gwen Johns there left a real lasting impression on me.
A CHANGING exhibition of work by leading 20th century Welsh artists including James Dickson Innes, Gwen John, Augustus John, Edward Morland Lewis, Ceri Richards, Sir Kyffin Williams, Josef Herman, Peter Prendergast and John Elwyn is on show at Oriel Tegfryn, Menai Bridge until April 24.
The artists featured include such well-known names as Durer, Holbein, Rubens, Rembrandt, Turner, Whistler and Gwen John.
Friends and supporters old and new were reunited at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts for the opening private view of the latest major exhibition - "Reunited: Gwen John, Mere Poussepin and the Catholic Church".
The quietly contemplative paintings of Jonathan Hoyle possess a subtlety and purity of vision that has drawn comparisons with Gwen John and Mary Potter.
Both are by accomplished artists who happened to be brother and sister ( Augustus and Gwen John.
From Victorian to Modern will be at the Laing Art Gallery, in Newcastle, from January 13 until April 15, and explores the work of artists Gwen John, Vanessa Bell and Laura Knight.
On Saturday the Barber Institute in Edgbaston is featuring Gwen John as part of its series of Art Alive
Pride of place in the gallery goes deservedly to the works of the Tenby-born brother and sister Augustus and Gwen John, as well as to those of a third Tenby artist Nina Hamnett.
In this biography Sue Roe argues that Gwen John has always been a mysterious and shadowy figure within the history of British painting, obscured by the fame and energy of her famous brother.
Installation based on research into drawings of Gwen John and mosses from the herbarium.