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Watts, George, England 1817 to 1904 Oil Paintings
George Frederick Watts was a substantial Victorian artist. Watts knew a large portion of the Pre-Raphaelites and was a significant influence on the more youthful ones. He was additionally a dear companion and partner of Leighton. In any case, he was essential for no school or gathering and headed out in a different direction, producing mainly metaphorical pictures of incredible strength and secrets. He has been known as 'the Victorian Michaelangelo.' This comes out unequivocally in ideas like The Infancy of Jupiter (1896).
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