The conference of the book? The fourth annual Watts Symposium 9-10 July 2010 Watts Chapel: A Guid to the Symbols of Marcy Watts's Arts and Crafts Masterpiece

Poë, Simon
December 2010
British Art Journal;2010/2011, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p98
Academic Journal
Information about several topics discussed at the fourth annual Watts Symposium, held at the Watts Gallery from July 9-10, 2010 in Surrey, England, is presented. Topics focused on the arts and crafts movement in architecture and the construction of the Watts Chapel by architect Mary Watts. Featured speakers included polymath Janet Lee, art historian Barbara Bryant, and art curator Mark Bills.


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