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A painting by a Welsh artist has reportedly been stolen while on display in London.
The oil painting was stolen by a thief who stuffed the frame in a toilet cubicle.
Landscape At Llanaelhaearn by Sir Kyffin Williams vanished from a secure room at the Southbank Centre in central London at the end of last month.
The theft from level five of the Royal Festival Hall was discovered when a member of staff found the broken picture frame in a toilet cubicle.
Detective Constable Ray Swan, from Scotland Yard's Art and Antiques Unit, said, "Whoever stole this painting is likely to try to sell it. I urge anyone who is offered the painting to report the matter to us immediately.
The work, dated 1947, measures 20in by 24in and depicts a figure looking out at a dark and rugged landscape. It had been on display since November 2013, and was on loan from the Arts Council Collection.
NBC's London reporter Alexander Smith tweeted the theft this morning. The painting was on display at the Southbank Centre in London.
Kyffin Williams, who died in 2006, was a landscape painter who lived on Anglesey and is widely regarded as the defining artist of Wales during the 20th century. A recent painting sold at auction for £50,000.
Welsh stars Richard and Adam Johnson say watching online masterclasses of Luciano Pavarotti helped them learn how to sing.
The pair came third in the 2013 series of Britain's Got Talent. They've since gone on to complete a UK tour and release their debut album.
But the brothers say they have come along way since making sandwiches in their hometown of Holywell, North Wales.
It's nice when we're in Wales because it's peaceful, we just chill out there and then back to work again but it's definitely changed our lives.
I mean from sandwiches to singing and places like Wembley and Olympic stadium is massive. So we so enjoying it and we hope it carries on.
Richard and Adam talk about their road to success in tonight's episode of Time Of Your Life on ITV Cymru Wales at 8pm.
Fans of Welsh musical stars would not have been able to believe their luck as Sir Tom Jones took to the stage for a surprise song with Katherine Jenkins. Newlywed Katherine was performing in LA. See the video below posted by Celebrity Rockstars on YouTube.
After her show, Katherine tweeted that she was in 'Welsh girl heaven'.
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Newport Gwent Dragons players have tweeted a photo of a chance meeting with singer Kylie Minogue at Heathrow Airport.
The singer has toured the UK in the past week, including a date at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena.
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The race in on to dismantle the main security hall and move it to its new location before the first of the morning departures, and hundreds arrive at the terminal building all looking for a holiday bargain at a special travel fair. There’s a long night ahead for the runway repair team, while head of Customer Service Margaret James in on a mission to drive up standards.
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An art exhibition being put up around Cardiff City Centre could be a boost for the Welsh economy, with hundreds of visitors coming to see the quirky art.
Prestigious artists from around the world will showing off their exhibitions to the public in one of the largest art events ever to be held in the city.
The public will have the opportunity to get involved in different workshops and see 30 newly-commissioned artworks. It will include an investigation of subterranean spaces and re-imaginings of city landmarks.
Welsh artists including Sean Edwards, Sam Hasler and Richard James will all have unusual sculptures and pictures dotted around the city.
The event will open from 6pm today and will run for five weeks.