George Frederic Watts RA (1817-1904)
Oil on canvas
Watts Gallery, Compton no. 5
Hughes, a disciple of Thomas Arnold, headmaster of Rugby, is today best best known for Tom Brown's Schooldays, but he was one of the founders of the Workingmen's College and worked to legalize unions.
Photograph, formatting, and text by George P. Landow
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