Photographic Print. White classical figure statue with her head in the clouds in front of Hotel Portmeirion.
A Greek or Roman style Victorian Coade statue at the hotel in Snowdonia, Wales. Sir Clough Williams-Ellis denied basing the design of Portmeirion village on Portofino but said, "How should I not have fallen for Portofino? Indeed its image remained with me as an almost perfect example of the man-made adornment and use of an exquisite site." Some people believe The Prisoner was allegorical about society and how personal freedom was becoming increasingly lost, a theme which is extremely current today.
In Paintings in Gouache there are 4 paintings which are about Portmeirion and The Prisoner.
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