George Frederic Watts (23 February 1817 - 1 July 1904; sometimes spelled "George Frederick Watts") was a popular English Victorian painter and sculptor associated with the Symbolist movement.

Watts became famous in his lifetime for his allegorical works, such as Hope and Love and Life.


These paintings were intended to form part of an epic symbolic cycle called the "House of Life", in which the emotions and aspirations of life would all be represented in a universal symbolic language (From Wikipedia).



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Alfred Lord Tennyson - George Frederick Watts - www.georgefredericwatts.org
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Classical Study with Three Female Forms - George Frederick Watts - www.georgefredericwatts.org
Classical Study with Three Female Forms
The All Pervading - George Frederick Watts - www.georgefredericwatts.org
The All Pervading
Eve Repentant, c.1860 - George Frederick Watts - www.georgefredericwatts.org
Eve Repentant, c.1860
Europa - George Frederick Watts - www.georgefredericwatts.org
Europa
Rhodopis, c.1868 - George Frederick Watts - www.georgefredericwatts.org
Rhodopis, c.1868
A Dedication - George Frederick Watts - www.georgefredericwatts.org
A Dedication
King Alfred inciting the Anglo-Saxons to repel the... - George Frederick Watts - www.georgefredericwatts.org
King Alfred inciting the Anglo-Saxons to repel the...
James Barr Mitchell, c.1856 - George Frederick Watts - www.georgefredericwatts.org
James Barr Mitchell, c.1856
A Fair Saxon, c.1870 - George Frederick Watts - www.georgefredericwatts.org
A Fair Saxon, c.1870
Portrait Of Edith Villiers, Later The Countess Of Lytton - George Frederick Watts - www.georgefredericwatts.org
Portrait Of Edith Villiers, Later The Countess Of Lytton

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