Godward’s Gossamer Gowns

by Matthew Innis |

John William Godward is an artist who will forever remain a mystery.  He was a pathological loner, with a reclusive nature so profound that modern psychologists have surmised that he suffered from avoidant personality disorder.  Shy, consumed by fears of criticism and rejection, and convinced he was not good in social situations, Godward avoided most…

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