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Ellen Terry 'Choosing' Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw Puzzle featuring Ellen Terry

Ellen Terry ('Choosing') by George Frederic Watts. © National Portrait Gallery, London

750 piece jigsaw with printed insert card in cotton drawstring bag.

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Dimensions: Assembled size: 435 x 600mm, Bag size: 300 x 130mm approx.

Material: Printed on FCS cardboard.

Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years

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More about this portrait:

Ellen Terry ('Choosing')

by George Frederic Watts
oil on strawboard mounted on Gatorfoam, 1864
18 5/8 in. x 13 7/8 in. (472 mm x 352 mm) overall

Born in Coventry where her actor parents were on tour. Terry was one of eleven siblings and won fame as a child first appearing on stage in 1856 with Charles Kean. Married the painter G.F. Watts in 1864 but separated within a year. Terry had two children by the architect Edward Godwin, Edith Craig and Edward Gordon Craig. Returned to stage in 1872 to establish herself as a leading actress with the Bancroft's and John Hare's company. She performed her most memorable roles under the management of Henry Irving with whom she undertook provincial tours and toured America seven times. In later life she continued to act but also produced plays, lectured and wrote.