Williams Pantycelyn - City Hall - Cardiff, Wales.
N 51° 29.091 W 003° 10.697
30U E 487620 N 5703759
Quick Description: Williams Pantycelyn is generally acknowledged as Wales's most important hymn writer. He was also one of the key leaders of early Methodism in our country and a renowned poet and author. Today he is considered to be one of our greatest writers.
Location: South Wales, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 6/25/2012 2:32:14 AM
Waymark Code: WMEPZN
"William Williams Pantycelyn (1717 – 11 January 1791), also known as Williams Pantycelyn and Pantycelyn, is generally acknowledged as Wales' most famous hymn writer. He was also one of the key leaders of the 18th century Welsh Methodist revival, along with Daniel Rowland and Howell Harris. As a poet and prose writer he is today considered to be one of Wales' greatest writers" info: (visit link
"Male standing figure in 18th century costume. Short jacket and full length coat. Left hand holds small open book. Right arm half-flexed with fingers curled. Rowan tree at his feet. Right leg advanced. Looks windswept.
Pantycelyns Statue represents the hymn writer, in early middle life in the act of composing". Source: (visit link
Base Concrete 15cm.
Pedestal Pentelicon marble with Sienna marble panels 76cm High.
Lifesize Statue made from Serravezza marble approx 183cm Tall