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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Famed society artist Walter Sickert took an almost ghoulish interest in Catherine's murder, even attending a memorial service for the impoverished prostitute.
Prettejohn ably sketches the relationships between the works of Velazquez and a host of later British painters, from Frederic Leighton to Walter Sickert.
Dayana Grageda, of Australia, was named Miss Earth-Air; Britanny Payne, USA, Miss Earth-Water; and Thiessa Sickert, Brazil, Miss Earth-Fire.
The runners-up in the said pageant were: Australia's Dayanna Grageda as Miss Earth - Air (first runner-up), USA's Brittany Payne as Miss Earth - Water (second runner-up) and Brazil's Thiessa Sickert as Miss Earth - Fire (third runner-up).
The Old Bedford - Walter Sickert Inspired by Manet and Degas' paintings of Parisian cafes and theatres, Sickert painted the raucous nightlife of London's music halls throughout his career.
Ruined Your Childhood,'' by Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys: No one does endearingly disturbing like Boston-area musician Walter Sickert and company.
Correspondence from Walter Sickert, photographs by post-war artist Nigel Henderson, and correspondence from William Nicholson to his son and fellow painter Ben have also been published online.
Others included painter Walter Sickert and former Liberal Prime Minister William Gladstone.
Margaret inherited money when her mother died in 1941 and acquired pictures including a Sickert, a Degas, a Renoir and a Utrillo.
Alongside LS Lowry's 'Clifford's Tower' and Hockney's 'Egyptian Head Disappearing into Descending Clouds' visitors will be able to see works by Paul Nash, Walter Sickert, EM Ward and artists spanning five centuries of painting.