‘Uncommon Power’: Lucy and Catherine Madox Brown

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In this exhibition, we spotlight the work of two creative women who grew up at the heart of the Pre-Raphaelite world. They are usually referred to as the daughters of the British painter Ford Madox Brown, but both Lucy Rossetti (1843-1894) and Catherine Hueffer (1850-1927) were talented, professional artists in their own right. This exhibition explores the life, art and feminist legacies of these two significant artists.   

‘Uncommon Power’: Lucy and Catherine Madox Brown is co-curated with Dr Ruth Brimacombe independent art historian and former Collections Curator (19th Century) at the National Portrait Gallery, London. Watts Gallery, Down Lane, Compton, Guildford, Surrey, GU3 1DQ
01483 810235 info@wattsgallery.org.uk

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