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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.
Glamorous suspects over the years have included Queen Victoria's grandson Prince Albert Victor, painter Walter Sickert and Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll.
Hence, though the museum's extravaganza included the usually acknowledged British "greats"--Bacon and Freud occupied its core, while the predictable male mainstream figures William Coldstream, Walter Sickert, and Stanley Spencer received prominent placement--it was also spiced with unusual, international flavors: Along with Souza, we got a peek at Alberto Giacometti and Chaim Soutine too, thanks to their sojourns in London.
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).
An illustration from the time of the gruesome discovery of the body of Catherine Eddowes, above, and inset, society artist Walter Sickert
Prettejohn ably sketches the relationships between the works of Velazquez and a host of later British painters, from Frederic Leighton to Walter Sickert. However, what these artists desired in imitating the great Spaniard remains somewhat indistinct.
She wrote a book on Jack the Ripper - Portrait Of A Killer - pointing the finger at renowned British Victorian painter Walter Sickert, spending millions of dollars buying his writing desk and 32 of his paintings to have them tested for DNA.
Inside, the gallery is a deceptively spacious home to another splendid collection of British art, including works by Stanley Spencer, Walter Sickert and Augustus John.
"Ruined Your Childhood,'' by Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys: No one does endearingly disturbing like Boston-area musician Walter Sickert and company.