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George Spencer Watson (Born 1869 – Died 1934) was born in London where he also died. He was a portrait artist who sometimes worked in the style of the Italian Renaissance, but he was an artist of the late romantic school. Watson studied at the Royal Academy Schools from 1889 and exhibited at the Paris Salon and also at the Royal Academy from 1891. He was a member of the R.O.I. and R.P. He held retrospective exhibitions at the Fine Art Society and at the Galerie Heinemann, Munich, and at several other places. He was elected to the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, and to many other professional societies; and in 1923, he became the Associate of the Royal Academy, and a Member of the Royal Academy (RA) nine years later. Some of his works are held at the National Gallery of Canada, the Harris Art Gallery, Tate Britain, Preston and collections in Bournemouth, Plymouth and Liverpool.

The Tate Collection owns his work titled “A Lady in Black.” Some of his other outstanding works include Cynthia – circa, The Adoration, The Creation, The Birth of Venus, Peter and the bear, Portrait of Monica Boyd, Portrait of Esther Harris, The Three Wise Kings, The Fountain, Sir Francis Eden Lacey, Girl in a Feathered Hat, Miss Beaton, My lady of the rose, Sir Montague Sharpe, and Portrait of James Harris, among others. After his death, a memorial exhibition was held in the same year (1934) at the Fine Art Society. His art is in many collections all over the world.
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