View digital versions of some of the Library's vast pictures collections.
Take a walk through some of Wales' stunning view in Welsh Landscapes, or browse through the Library's amazing Framed Works of Art collection.
162 striking watercolours of scenes in Wales created by one of the period’s most famous watercolour artists between 1784 and 1806.
Extra-illustrated volumes by Thomas Pennant (1726-1798) that chronicles the three journeys he made through Wales between 1773 and 1776.
Views in north Wales and the Marches by John Ingleby (1749-1808)
Welsh landscapes and other subjects by Thomas Rowlandson. (1756-1827)
Two landscapes of Wales by J M W Turner (1775-1851).
A tour to Hafod, Cardiganshire in 1810 by Sir James Edward Smith (1759-1828).
A volume of etchings by Charles Norris (1779-1858), which was published in 1812.
A collection of black and white and coloured prints of Welsh waterfalls from the end of the 18th and the 19th century donated to the Library by Canon David S. Yerburgh.
Examples from the Library's collection of drawing volumes.
The Library's collection of topographical prints.
The Library's collection of framed works of art.
Items from The National Library's Welsh Portrait Archive.
10 paintings that portray the richness of the visual history of Wales.
The story of John Petts' stained glass window that was given to the Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama