G. F. Watts: Reminiscences (Cambridge Library Collection - Art and Architecture)

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G. F. Watts was one of the major artistic figures of the nineteenth century. In this work published in 1905, only a year after Watts' death, Emilie Barrington (1841-1933) reflects on the close friendship she and her husband had with the renowned artist. Her aim in writing her volume of reminiscences was to accurately record her knowledge of Watts' life. She describes her first impressions, when she first met him in Dante Gabriel Rossetti's studio. Chapters also cover Watts' aims as an artist, his relationships and his genius. This fascinating book is highly illustrated throughout, including Watts' sketches, symbolical paintings and portraits. The reader will gain an intriguing insight into the life and work of this complex character, widely considered to be the greatest painter of the Victorian age. For more information on this author, see http://orlando.cambridge.org/public/svPeople?person_id=barrem

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The painter and sculptor G. F. Watts was one of the major artistic figures of the nineteenth century. Here, Emilie Barrington reflects on the close friendship she and her husband had with the artist, referring in detail to Watts' different works throughout.

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