A Welsh Wood in Winter

A Welsh Wood in Winter by James Thomas Watts, RCA, RBSA, 1850-1930. Signed and labelled with title. Watercolor, 20 x 25 inches. Exhibited at the Royal Academy 1904, no. 1005. "A Birmingham painter, Watts confined himself solely to woodland scanes, and made himself the absolute master of them." — Rupert Mass

Anthony Pincott, Hon. Treasurer and Membership Secretary of The Bookplate Society, writes from London to correct the artist's year of birth: According to FreeBMD website, “ an index of births, marriages and deaths, transcribed from official registers,” was born in March 1850.


The Maas Gallery. Exhibition catalogue. London, 2007. Catalogue no. 31.

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