Artists’ houses: Art, home, work and spirit

Issue No. 40


No. 40 July 2012 The reopening of the Watts Gallery in Surrey prompts a look at the places in which the great creative minds of the nineteenth century lived and worked.

Compton, a Victorian artists' village in Surrey Mark Bills explores the buildings created by GF and Mary Watts

Limnerslease Hilary J Grainger discusses Ernest George's house for the Wattses

The William Morris Gallery Claire Cloutmanlooks forward to the reopening of William Morris's childhood home

House Notes Moses Jenkins discusses the use of paint in Victorian interiors

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