Painting by Morland Lewis of Nott Square, Carmarthen

The statue of General Nott, standing in Nott Square, Carmarthen

Painted by Morland Lewis in about 1935

General Nott won fame in the Afghan campaign in the 19th century

Morland Lewis studied under Sickert.

Most of his local views are of the river and quay, views of the town are rare.

His father B A Lewis was a very talented amateur artist, and many of his works are in the museum collection

Chairman Hazel Martell and treasurer Dennis Price hand over the painting to Senior Museums Officer Ann Dorsett.