Oriel Jonah Jones is a long-term project to catalogue and display all his known work in a definitive online resource.

Although during his lifetime Jonah was predominantly regarded as a sculptor and letter-cutter, the ease of access afforded by the internet now allows the luxury of hindsight. Today we can see the true breadth of his work in multiple media and dimensions.

The work has been divided into the six galleries below. Each is further divided into contextually logical categories, some by types or styles of work and others by timeline or location. Specific searches for individual works can be done through the various options offered in the Gallery Index feature.

In Scene & Word we refer to ‘Lost Work’, meaning pieces that long ago went off into private collections, or elsewhere, with no known record of what they were or where they went. Tell us about Lost Work, an important feature of Oriel Jonah Jones, invites visitors to get in touch via the form provided and tell us about any Lost Work about which they may have information.

To get started, select an image below to access the relevant gallery.

Click on the Cymraeg button below to read this page in Welsh.

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Glass
Inscriptions
Watercolour Painting
Watercolour inscriptions
Busts, mosaics and other media

SCULPTURE

GLASS

INSCRIPTIONS

WATERCOLOUR PAINTINGS

WATERCOLOUR INSCRIPTIONS

BUSTS, MOSAICS AND OTHER MEDIA