Llew E Morgan

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Romany Mother and Child Betty and Blodwen, an Oxfordshire Lane 1922 Feeding the Pigeon
Dafydd Jacob Josef Herman, sketching Josef Herman
Miners Welcome Modern Gypsy The Smoker

Llew was a renaissance man - painter, teacher, writer, though best known as a prize-winning photographer. His innovative techniques brought acclaim and many awards. These included 13 1st prizes at the National Eisteddfods of Wales.

Llew began photographing at the age of 10 in 1895. His grandmother gave him a Brownie box camera for winning a Scholarship to the County Grammar School.
The craft became a life-long passion alongside a teaching career and work for the Ministry of Agriculture during the war.
His love of wildlife and the landscape of Wales brought him back to the Swansea Valley after a five year teaching post in Oxford.