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Elizabeth Mary Watt (1885-1954)

Port Ban, Iona

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Watt studied at the Glasgow School of Art, her favourite subject being the white sands of Iona.

Watercolour / Pen   4" x 5 1/2"     Signed and Titled (frame included in price) 


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Elizabeth Mary Watt (1885-1954)

Born in Dundee and educated a Morgan Academy she designed for the woven fabric maker Joseph M Saddler, and enrolled as a commercial colourist at Glasgow School of Art. She later became a freelance artist. In 1919 was made a member of the Glasgow Society of Lady Artists, and embarked on a lifetime of steadily successful exhibiting, sometimes with Kate Wylie, also showing at the Royal Institute of Fine Arts and RSA. For a time shared a studio with Hesse, sister of Benno Schotz, in whose autobiography Bronze in my Blood  Watt makes a brief appearance.

Other paintings by this artist:

  • St. Andrew's Harbour

Artwork Tags: marine | Scottish | Watercolour

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