Watts (1817-1904) eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 43 pages of information about Watts (1817-1904).


Illustrated with Eight Reproductions in Colour

[Illustration:  Plate I.—­Death crowning innocence


A little child lying in the lap of the winged figure of Death.  Death, ever to Watts a silent angel of pity, “takes charge of Innocence, placing it beyond the reach of evil.”  It was first exhibited at the Winter Exhibition of the New Gallery, 1896, and was given to the nation in 1897.  It is now at the Tate Gallery.]



Masterpieces in colourSeries

Artist. Author
Velazquez.  S.L.  BENSUSAN. 
Reynolds.  S.L.  BENSUSAN. 
Turner.  C. Lewis Hind
Romney.  C. Lewis Hind
Greuze.  ALYS Eyre Macklin
BotticelliHenry B. Binns
RossettiLucien pissarro
BelliniGeorge Hay
FRA AngelicoJames Mason
RembrandtJosef Israels
Leighton.  A. LYS BALDRY. 
RaphaelPaul G. KONODY. 
Holman HuntMary E. Coleridge
Titian.  S.L.  BENSUSAN. 
Millais.  A. LYS BALDRY. 
Carlo DOLCI.  George Hay
GainsboroughMax Rothschild
Tintoretto.  S.L.  BENSUSAN. 
LUINI.  James Mason
Franz Hals.  EDGCUMBE Staley
Van DyckPercy M. Turner
Leonardo DA Vinci.  M.W.  Brockwell
Rubens.  S.L.  BENSUSAN. 
Whistler.  T. Martin wood
Holbein.  S.L.  BENSUSAN. 
Burne-Jones.  A. LYS BALDRY. 
VIGEE Le Brun.  C. Haldane MACFALL. 
ChardinPaul G. KONODY. 
Fragonard.  C. Haldane MACFALL. 
MEMLINC.  W.H.J. & J.C.  Weale
Constable.  C. Lewis Hind
RaeburnJames L. Caw
John S. Sargent.  T. Martin wood
Lawrence.  S.L.  BENSUSAN. 
DUERER.  H.E.A.  Furst.
MilletPercy M. Turner
Watteau.  C. Lewis Hind
Hogarth.  C. Lewis Hind
Murillo.  S.L.  BENSUSAN. 
Watts.  W. Loftus Hare
Ingres.  A.J.  FINBERG.

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