Watts

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English poet and theologian (1674-1748)

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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.
Bodelwyddan, with its ivy-clad turrets, is also an outpost of the National Portrait Gallery, and boasts works by George Frederick Watts and Ford Madox Brown among others.
They include paintings by well known artists such as John Everett Millais and George Frederick Watts.
Jim Slater in his heyday was rumoured to be making a 'corner' in the works of the then neglected Victorian master George Frederick Watts.
Following a major 5m [pounds sterling] restoration project, the studio of Victorian artist George Frederick Watts opens to the public in its original state, with the collection returned and conserved.