George Frederick Watts (Classic Reprint).
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (22 Oct. 2016)
By: John Ernest Phythian (Author)
F rom the first two paragraphs of the third chapter of this little book the reader will learn why it has been added to the books already published on Watts and his work. The subject is one of interest not easily exhausted: and, perhaps, other things equal, only varied point of view and emphasis are needed to justify the writing of many books upon it. The reader will judge better than the writer how far this one fulfils the requirement.
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