20 June to 11 July 2013
'Sickert: From Life'
at the , 148 New Bond Street, London
An exhibition of fifty works by Sickert which presents a range
of works from all periods of his career. Some rare paintings
and prints appear as well as better known works including two
etched versions of his masterpiece 'Ennui'.
16 March 2013 to 5 January 2014
'Music Hall: Sickert and the Three Graces'
at the South Kensington.
Explore the vibrant world of the Edwardian Music Hall.
Spotlighting the Bedford Music Hall in Camden Town,
this theatrical installation will feature paintings by W.R. Sickert,
a new play by award-winning playwright Tanika Gupta,
and a range of exhibits from the V&A's collection -
including playbills, programmes, and music sheets.
'Walter Sickert as Printmaker' was at
, 148 New Bond Street, London
March - May 2009
'Sickert in Venice' was at
, London SE21
February - May 2008
mounted an exhibition called 'Modern Painters:
The Camden Town Group' which included Spencer Gore, Harold
Gilman, Robert Bevan, Charles Ginner & the star Walter
October 2007 - January 2008
An exhibition of Sickert's 'Camden Town Nudes'
at the Courtauld Institute Gallery, Somerset House,
October 2005 - January 2006
'Degas, Sickert and Toulouse-Lautrec:
London and Paris 1870-1910'
curated by Dr. Anna Gruetzner Robins.
November 1999 - January 2000
London's mounted an exhibition called 'The Art of
This exhibition focused on the paintings of the Bloomsbury artists Vanessa Bell,
Duncan Grant and Roger Fry. It also included works by Walter Sickert, Dora Carrington,
William Roberts, Henry Lamb, Picasso, Derain and Matisse.
There was an exhibition of Walter Sickert's paintings, drawings and prints at
, 148 New Bond Street, London W1
This was an 'amazing' exhibition. Incidentally there was one work by
Whistler next to several fine works by his pupil Sickert.
The exhibition marked the publication of
by Ruth Bromberg the first catalogue raisonné of Sickert's work.
On show were some of Sickert's finest paintings, drawings, prints &
some amusing letters & telegrams from Sickert. Several were to his long time
friend actress Gwen Ffrangçon-Davies whom he met in 1932.
His first exhibited works were shown at the Fine Art Society in 1881.
The April 2006 (No. 1237 Volume CXLVIII)
edition included articles about new technical
evidence & newly discovered sources of the Music Hall &
Theatre of Walter Sickert's drawings & paintings.
There is also
an excellent review by James Beechey of the Matthew
Sturgis book 'Walter Sickert. A Life'
edition there is also an obituary of Lillian Browse
written by Wendy Baron. Browse's death is a sad loss to
the art world. She was an admirer, and long time
friend of Sickert.
An exciting group of works by W.R. Sickert has been presented
to the Ashmolean Museum in the Sands Gallery. There are eight
paintings, a pastel & a drawing - all given to the Museum by the
Christopher Sands Trust. They include the first version of Brighton
Pierrots (1915), Self-Portrait with the bust of Tom Sayers
the pastel version of Noctes Ambrosianae (1906) &
a drawing for
Tipperary or The Baby Grand (1914).
This group is part of the collection
formed by Morton & Ethel Sands.
The new Gallery also displays
important works by Picasso,
Ben Nicholson, Henry Moore, Stanley Spencer, Epstein & Frink.
They are specially designed display cases which not only contain
sculpture but also incorporate drawers for light sensitive works
on paper such as the studies for Sickert's much loved Ennui,
drawings by Henry Moore & the wood engravings by Gertrude
Hermes & Blair Hughes Stanton.
October - December 2004
'drawing is the thing'
Whitworth Art Gallery at the University of Manchester
July - Oct 2004
An exhibition of
Walter Richard Sickert paintings:
'The Human Canvas' was
at the Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, Cumbria UK
James Abbott McNeill Whistler
(1834 - 1903)
American-born painter & graphic artist.
Sickert ran into Whistler by chance in 1882. Sickert
became his pupil & assistant.
2003 was the centenary of the death of Whistler.
The Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow holds
one of the largest collections of his work. Events were
held throughout the centenary year.
site offers an online
catalogue of Whistler's works and much more about the
You can see a dozen or so of Whistler's works online
at the BBC 'Your Paintings' website.