Callaghans of Shrewsbury explores how the self-taught painter Charles Wyatt Warren managed to capture the breathtaking beauty of the Welsh landscape on canvas.

As anyone who has ever travelled to Wales will attest, its natural landscape possesses a kind of beauty that is rare to behold, let alone capture on canvas. Yet the Welsh artist Charles Wyatt Warren (1908-1993) managed to do this with his breathtakingly beautiful paintngs. Drawn to will places, he spent his summers on a remote island in North Wales sketching and painting the numerous bays and coves that surrounded it, with the mountains in the distance providing the perfect backdrop to his compositions.