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Fawcett includes a character in his poem [Before I was famous] that is most likely Boughton.
Boughton was part of Eytinge's "circle of artistic companionship."
In London, Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich renewed their friendship with George Boughton and his wife. Mrs. Aldrich describes Boughton as a "Royal Academician and charming artist."
Boughton is mentioned as a member of "Sol's [Eytinge] group of artistic companionship."
A poem by Fawcett remembering his old friends from Pfaff's mentions "artist George", who may be George Henry Boughton.
Boughton is mentioned as a member of the Pfaff's group which assisted in the publication of the Saturday Press.
The Vault at Pfaff's
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