Person    | Female  Born 1889  Died 22/2/1970

Lady Lesley Jowitt

Patron of the arts and Communist Party member. Born as Lesley Stewart McIntyre. Married William, the later Earl Jowitt, in 1913 thus becoming Viscountess Jowitt in 1940.  See Boris Anrep for details about the mosaics he created for their home.

This soft-focus photo shows her as a beautiful young woman which you can contrast with a photo of the Jowitts in the 1940s.

Sources include: National Gallery.

Her birth year is variously given as 1888,1889.

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Lady Lesley Jowitt

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Muses - Thalia

Lady Lesley Jowitt as Thalia the muse of comedy and bucolic poetry.

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