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Walter Sickert

by Richard Shone

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0714824798, Hardcover)

An illustrated book which details the achievements of one of the most prominent of British artists, Walter Sickert (1860-1942). His awareness of developments in European modern art furthered his abilities as a painter, draughtsman and graphic designer but, the author submits that above all Sickert was a master of 20th century painting.He mirrored themes of contemporary society in his scenes of music halls, theatres, macabre murders, depictions of quiet London streets and in his portraits ranging from actresses to kings. Among the author's other publications are "Bloomsbury Portraits" and "A Century of Change".

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