Sickert


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Sickert

(ˈsɪkət)
n
(Biography) Walter Richard. 1860–1942, British impressionist painter, esp of scenes of London music halls
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A gouache sketch by Walter Sickert depicting the south facade of St Jacques, Dieppe has been consigned from a private collection in Ludlow.
"The principal suspects include barrister Montague John Druitt, Prince Albert, Duke of Clarence, physician to Queen Victoria Sir William Gull, cotton merchant James Maybrick and artist Walter Sickert.
It features the 20th-century paintings by John Piper, Graham Sutherland, Augustus John and WS Sickert.
Monet, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Sickert, Piper, Prendergast would be on my list of favourites.
Dozens of theories exist as to who terrorised Victorian London's East End - including one that it was painter Walter Sickert - but none of them has been proved conclusively.
WINDSOR: 6.40 Walter Sickert (A P O'Brien to G Baker), 7.40 Baashiq (R Varian to P Hiatt), 7.40 Hawridge Flyer (W Kittow to B Millman).
It soon became apparent that Sickert had a puzzling insight into Catherine's rollercoaster life.
For Sickert, who saw the painting in London in 1922, it offered 'a useful instance of a procedure of black and white dead-colour', but comparison between the smeared, inchoate brushwork and a group of contemporary monotypes--some of his earliest experiments in 'greasy ink' printing --also points to aesthetic affinities that exemplify Degas's tendency to maintain a degree of technical fluidity between the different media in which he worked.
Dayana Grageda, of Australia, was named Miss Earth-Air; Britanny Payne, USA, Miss Earth-Water; and Thiessa Sickert, Brazil, Miss Earth-Fire.