Gregynog Hall

Gregynog Hall

Open to the public

Historic house or home in Powys

115 artworks

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The collection of paintings at Gregynog consists of works once in the possession of Gwendoline and Margaret Davies, who bequeathed their internationally famous collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings to the National Museum of Wales in the 1950s. Many items in their collection were bought by, or bequeathed to, the University of Wales as part of Margaret Davies’s gift of Gregynog to the University in 1960. The collection has been augmented over the years by additional purchases and by works presented by artists who spent time at Gregynog as Visiting Arts Fellows. The paintings hang in public rooms, private rooms, bedrooms and corridors all over the house, as they did when Gwendoline and Margaret Davies made Gregynog their home.

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Tregynon, Nr Newtown, Powys SY16 3PW Wales

01686 650224

Gregynog is now a busy conference and events centre. There is a shop and café, and the grounds are open to the public. The house is not normally open to the public but house tours and talks are held during the summer months. Those wishing to see specific works should contact Gregynog for an appointment on 01686 650224 or see