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Meryl Watts BC, RA.
1910 - 1992

Meryl Watts was born in Blackheath, London in 1910 and attended Blackheath School of Art. After her fathers' printworks was
bombed in 1940, the family left London and rented a house in Borth-y-Gest, Porthmadog, where they had spent many happy
family holidays in previous years. It was here, that they became friends with the Williams-Ellis family of Portmeirion.
Most of her known artwork is from the period when she lived in Wales, the 1940's-1969. She was best known for her skills as
a woodcut artist, although she also produced scultures and paintings in both oil and watercolour.
Meryl exhibited at The Royal Academy and all around the world, for The British Council.

Still Life with crockery by Meryl Watts

Still Life with crockery (c1950)

Oil on canvas

34.5 x 44 cm (13.6 x 17.3 in.)

725.00 GBP


Signed with studio stamp verso

Stock No. 365

Portmeirion Beach by Meryl Watts

Portmeirion Beach (c1960)

Mixed media

45 x 40 cm (17.7 x 15.7 in.)

425.00 GBP


Stock No. 368a

Criccieth by Meryl Watts

Criccieth (c1960)


35.5 x 53 cm (14.0 x 20.9 in.)

430.00 GBP

Stock No. 496

The Gardens, Plas Brondanw by Meryl Watts

The Gardens, Plas Brondanw (c1960)


35 x 24 cm (13.8 x 9.4 in.)

185.00 GBP


Rooftops, Town North Wales. by Meryl Watts

Rooftops, Town North Wales. (c1960)


39 x 45 cm (15.4 x 17.7 in.)

Price On Application


Signed with studio stamp verso

Woman`s Head by Meryl Watts

Woman`s Head (c1960)

Mixed Media

29 x 18.5 cm (11.4 x 7.3 in.)

Price On Application


Number of exhibition labels verso

Steam Boat in Glaslyn Estuary by Meryl Watts

Steam Boat in Glaslyn Estuary (1931)


25 x 35 cm (9.8 x 13.8 in.)


Stock No. 368b



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