In the Richard Jefferies Gallery, there's a display of the work of William and Evelyn De Morgan on loan form the De Morgan Foundation, the De Morgans were apparently close friends of the Wattses, and key figures in the Arts and Crafts Movement.
I started my tour looking at the remarkable De Morgan ceramics which appear below:
From there I went into the Sculpture Room with the two massive sculptures situated in there and lots more.
Below you can see the model in gesso grosso, it's spectacular
I took some photos inside the Watts Cemetry Chapel as well:
And here's a photo of outside, giving little clue to the beautiful terracotta workings on the outside, but the rain was heavy it was chilly, so time to leave after a visit to the excellent shop and tea room.