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Watts Gallery - Artists' Village is a unique Arts & Crafts gem nestled in the Surrey Hills. Discover Victorian paintings and sculpture in the historic Watts Gallery before treating yourself to lunch or a cream tea in the Tea Shop. Stroll to the...more
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A beautiful little oddity nestled in Surrey, I've wanted to go to the Watts Gallery for ages and finally got the chance to on International Women's Day (8th March 2019). I went with my aunt and nan, and the three of us had a lovely...More
Absolutely lovely place to visit. Stopped off at the chapel on the way which is a must do and stunning. It is quite expensive to go into the gallery but exhibition was very good. Worth paying the £5 extra to visit the house and studio...More
The permanent display of G F Watts paintings is well worth a visit. I like his portraits and life size and larger sculptures. Alongside are the temporary exhibitions mostly of Pre Raphalite Brotherhood connected subjects. The tea rooms do good lunches with all homemade food.
David and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit. If you're a fan of Watts then you will be in your element at this beautiful oasis on the North Downs. We booked in advance to see the home of Watts and his wife Mary. The tour guide...More
The gallery is split into several levels, the main one showcasing G F Watts impressive paintings, the most well known being 'Hope'. A Classic Victorian painter and sculptor, somewhat outdated now, painted in an era when classicism was going out of fashion. But don't let...More
Watts Gallery is so worth a visit because the masterpieces on show are astounding, the collection of painting are by the remound artist G W Watts, and there is a small gallery of paintings and tiles by W De Morgen you will also note the...More
There's so much to do here - we came for the Christina Rosetti exhibition but loved everything else too. Highlights in the galleries included the De Morgan works, Watts' triptych of Eve and the amazing sculpture room. The whole Rosetti exhibition was really well done...More
A friend had bought Watt's Gallery to my attention, you certainly need a bit of time to cover it all as it's a bit disjointed and spread out. I found it a mixed bag: the temporary exhibition of course depends on what's there but was...More
With the miserable weather we faced last week-end, we decided at the last minute to visit the Watts gallery without the kids and see if it was worth it. I must say my husband and I were very surprised and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I...More
The gallery has Wow! appeal. The gallery walls are deep jewel colours: ruby, sapphire, emerald, gold and silver. The huge Watts paintings are vivid and visually striking. The Morgan collection and the fascinating Rosetti exhibition is beautifully displayed. Prof. Watson's revisionist approach to Christina Rosetti...More