Tredegar ae celebrating 121 years since Aneurin Bevan's birth with a portrait of the politician.
The artwork sits by the door of the former Tredegar Medical Aid Society with the portrait looking out over the town library. Artist, Stewy, who worked on the piece said: "If Nye was here now he would still be fighting for the future of the NHS and our libraries, so this is such an appropriate location for the artwork."
Members of Tredegar Museum were first to see the finished artwork. Local historian Phil Prosser said "it captures him just right". As well as celebrating Aneurin Bevan's birthday, the portrait is the final part of the towns NHS at 70 project.
Cllr David Davies said, "We are so proud of being the Home of the National Health Service and this artwork adds to all the places to see and visit in Blaenau Gwent linked to Aneurin Bevan. We have received so many visitors in this the 70th anniversary year of the NHS and this is the finale of a wonderful year of celebrations."