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Alfred Worthington
835 - 1925

Alfred Worthington was born in Dover in 1835. He moved to Aberystwyth in about 1870, on the advice of his doctor, due to his
poor health.
It was at this time, that he opened a photographic and artist studio in Aberystwyth. When he tired of photography, he took to
painting a variety of domestic items, nicknacks and also slate fireplaces.
He was the last of the artisan painters in Wales.

North Wales scenes by Alfred Worthington

North Wales scenes (c1880)

Oil on slate

22 x 105 cm (8.7 x 41.3 in.)

Welsh Slate Folk Art, hand painted fireplace cross panel. SOLD

SOLD
Lake scene, North Wales. by Alfred Worthington

Lake scene, North Wales. (c1880)

Oil on slate

23 x 106. cm (9.1 x 41.7 in.)

Welsh Slate Folk Art, hand painted fireplace cross panel. SOLD

SOLD

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