WR Watkins’ imposing reputation precedes him

Found this article in two Maryland newspapers, The Daily Mail and The Morning Herald, from January 23, 1933. WR Watkins is listed as one of three Baltimore artists to jury an exhibition at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts.

Here he gets his own special shout out:

“The third member of the jury, Mr. William R. Watkins, instructor in painting at the Maryland Institute, is a member of the Charcoal Club, a graduate of the Maryland Institute, and has an imposing reputation as a watercolorist.”

WR Watkins judges museum exhibit in 19331933 Watkins judges museum exhibit

Posted Friday, April 10th, 2009 under WR Watkins, history, reviews.

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