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Godward, John William, England 1861 to 1922 Oil Paintings
John William Godward was born into a decent Victorian family living in Battersea, London. His dad was an investment agent in a daily existence affirmation office in Fleet Street. As a kid, he had a shielded and, to some degree, claustrophobic home life dominated by his dad.
The last had in mind that his children ought to follow the steady and decent family calling of insurance and banking. The others did, yet John William just for a brief timeframe. Godward was destined to turn into a recognized expert of fake marble, and his expertise in rendering point of view and structural components indeed had their origin in this period.
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