George Chapman 1908-1993: From Bardfield to the Rhondda

George Chapman is best known for his paintings and etchings of what was the industrial landscape of the Rhondda valley in South Wales. It was almost by accident that he discovered the Rhondda in the 1950s on a journey made from NW Essex. The area became and remained a fascinating subject for him, at a time when he was struggling to discover his further direction as an artist