Mary Seton Watts 1849 1938

Mary Seton Watts, symbolist, craftswoman, so cialist and pioneer of Liberty''s Celtic style, created one o f the most remarkable art nouveau buildings in Britain - the Watts Chapel in Compton, Surrey. '

Mary Seton Watts  1849 1938

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Pages: 278
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-06-01 - Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com

This scarce work is an alphabetically arranged listing of 18th-century inhabitants of Litchfield compiled from town records of birth, marriage, death, probate, and so on. While the descriptions vary from one person to the next, for most of the roughly 1,500 Litchfield pioneers listed here we are given the pioneer's
Mary Seton Watts, 1849-1938
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Pages: 80
Authors: Veronica Franklin Gould, Mary S. Watts, Richard Ormond, Watts Gallery
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 1998 - Publisher: Lund Humphries Pub Limited

Mary Seton Watts, symbolist, craftswoman, so cialist and pioneer of Liberty''s Celtic style, created one o f the most remarkable art nouveau buildings in Britain - the Watts Chapel in Compton, Surrey. '
The Diary of Mary Watts 1887-1904
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Pages: 264
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Mary Watts (1849-1938) was a leading designer of the Arts & Crafts period, the founder of the Compton Pottery and the wife of the great Victorian painter George Frederic Watts (1817-1904). She was also an avid diarist and filled copious volumes - each known affectionately as 'Fatima' - with her
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An Artist's Village
Language: en
Pages: 168
Authors: Mark Bills
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-06-30 - Publisher: Philip Wilson Publishers

"This book tells the story of the impact of George Frederic Watts OM RA (1817-1904) and his wife Mary Seton Watts (nee Fraser-Tytler, 1849-1938) on Compton, a small village in Surrey. Initially, the village acted as an autumnal and winter retreat for the artist and the designer, but became the