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Courtesy : Glamorgan Archives

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The Fulton Bequest

The Fulton Bequest was established in 1907, atthe request of Mrs Annie Fulton of Penarth. She was the widow of Alderman Andrew Fulton who had been Mayor of Cardiff from 1884-5. In Mrs Fulton’s will, she bequeathed “Unto the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens of the City for the purpose of placing in their City Hall her oil painting of the Holy Loch, Scotland by Mr James Greenless, free of legacy duty”. In addition to her bequest of the painting, Mrs Fulton left one quarter of her residuary estate to the City of Cardiff “For or towards the completion of the decoration of the interior of the City Hall, and the purchase of paintings, statuary and other works of Art”. After settlement of the estate, the City received £3,327 and the following five paintings were acquired: