Definition of John, Gwen in English:

John, Gwen

Line breaks: Gwen John
Pronunciation: /dʒɒn
 
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( 1876–1939), Welsh painter. The sister of Augustus John, she settled in France. In 1913 she converted to Catholicism; her paintings, noted for their grey tonality, often depict nuns or girls in interior settings.

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