Photographic Print. Mermaid and fish in iron balustrade on the balcony of the Gloriette building, The Piazza.
65 panels were removed from the Sailors Home in Liverpool when the ceiling was replaced and a new floor put in and Sir Clough Williams-Ellis rescued 30 of them and from 1954 incorporated them into the village at Portmeirion. Clough contrived a surprise for visitors: The main street winds round the piazza, screening the view with a wall then the narrow doorway at the back of the Gloriette invites exploration so the viewer finds himself up on a balcony overlooking the village, an expansive view of the Piazza, suddenly filled with colour.
In Paintings in Gouache there are 4 paintings which are about Portmeirion and The Prisoner.
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