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Watts

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A district of Los Angeles, California. It was the scene of severe racial tensions and violence in 1965 and 1992.

Watts

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1. (Biography) George Frederick. 1817–1904, English painter and sculptor, noted esp for his painting Hope (1886) and his sculpture Physical Energy (1904) in Kensington Gardens, London
2. (Biography) Isaac. 1674–1748, English hymn-writer

Watts

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1. André, born 1946, U.S. concert pianist, born in Germany.
2. Isaac, 1674–1748, English theologian and hymnist.
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Dressler had worked towards perfecting Luca Della Robbia's sculptures in clay and enamels, which had become hugely popular with influential followers of the Arts and Crafts Movement, such as John Ruskin, Holman Hunt and George Frederick Watts.
Intriguingly, the sixteen-year-old Terry thought that a kiss from George Frederick Watts meant that she would have to marry him because she was going to have a baby (Letter 761).
The three-storey Grade II-listed hall, built in 1766, contains over 60 paintings by prominent artists, including an 1859 portrait of Lady Margaret Beaumont by Victorian painter George Frederick Watts which has been exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery in London.