A couple of years ago, I presented the Public Lecture at the Old College in Aberystwyth talking about the Davies sisters, Gwendoline and Margaret Davies from Llandinam, Powys.
They were remarkable young women, millionaires in their own right, who wanted to ensure the people of Wales had access to the arts.
They were responsible for a fantastic collection of 'Modern' art when the art world was not yet ready for their new approaches to painting and sculpture at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century.
You can see the collections in the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff, the National Library of Wales and University School of Art in Aberystwyth.
Have a look at the slide show on Additional Resources page - I am sure you will recognise many of the works they bought and donated to the people of Wales!