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Watts Chapel: A Guide to the Symbols of Mary Watts' Arts and Crafts Masterpiece

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Compton Cemetery Chapel is a Grade I Listed building created by Mary Watts (11849-1938) between 1894 and 1904. Its modest scale and location in the heart of a Surrey village have made it a 'hidden treasure', not know to as many as it should be, but loved by those who have visited. An Arts & Crafts masterpiece of national significance, it is relatively unique in England ...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published September 15th 2010 by Philip Wilson Publishers
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A good explanation of the rich imagery of the remarkable Watts chapel which is a fascinating and remarkable building.
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