View of Sealyham House or Mansion, a Georgian style country house near Little Newcastle, Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, South Wales. It served as a TB sanatorium from 1923 to 1966, and is now a children's activity centre. It was once the home of the Edwardes family -- the Sealyham Terrier was developed here in the 19th century by Captain John Owen Tucker-Edwardes as a rough-haired terrier for use in vermin control.
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The Mary Evans collection was first established in 1964 and covers an extensive range of subject matters, but all with the central theme of beautiful art, be they book illustrations, posters, advertisements or prints of every day subject matter. Today the collection is regarded as one of the finest of its kind and much of it is available to you, the art-lover. When you have found a Mary Evans print you find appealing you can decide to have it reproduced on canvas, framed or simply as a large print to frame as you wish. Each image is also available to be reproduced as varies types of gifts including t-shirts, mugs, jigsaw puzzles, fridge magnets and key rings.