Art Movement: Camden Town Group

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Harold Gilman
Walter Sickert
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Harold Gilman

Harold Gilman 1876–1919 | Tate

Harold Gilman 1876–1919 | Tate

Artist page for Harold Gilman (1876–1919)

Drawings by the Camden Town Group | Tate

Drawings by the Camden Town Group | Tate

Drawings by the Camden Town Group at Tate Britain focuses on the important role drawing played inn their artistic practice.

Walter Sickert

‘Minnie Cunningham at the Old Bedford’, Walter Richard Sickert, 1892 | Tate

‘Minnie Cunningham at the Old Bedford’, Walter Richard Sickert, 1892 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Minnie Cunningham at the Old Bedford’, Walter Richard Sickert, 1892 In the 1880s popular music halls sprang up in London and Paris and impressionist artists such as Edgar Degas and Walter Sickert began to paint the audiences and acts. Minnie Cunningham was a successful performer whom Sickert admired. He first exhibited this picture with the subtitle ‘I’m an old hand at love, though I’m young in years’, a quotation from one of her songs. Sickert gives us the point of view of…

‘La Hollandaise’, Walter Richard Sickert, c.1906 | Tate

‘La Hollandaise’, Walter Richard Sickert, c.1906 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘La Hollandaise’, Walter Richard Sickert, c.1906 In 1905 Sickert began a series of female nudes, pictured in bedrooms lit only by the strong light from a window. Sickert had criticized the idealization of the nude and instead was interested in placing his figures in a real environment. He explored the effect of light and shade on the nude body of the model set against a contrasting background of rumpled sheets. At the time, the setting and inexpensive furniture such as the…

Walter Richard Sickert 1860–1942 | Tate

Walter Richard Sickert 1860–1942 | Tate

Artist page for Walter Richard Sickert (1860–1942)

Both Walter Richard Sickert and James McNeill Whistler are associated with British art history and the city of London, although neither artist was born there. The setting for Whistler’s studio is a basement room which Whistler used as his studio in London where the artist had settled in 1859. One of the acknowledged leaders of …

Whistler's studio - Walter Richard Sickert - QAGOMA Learning

Both Walter Richard Sickert and James McNeill Whistler are associated with British art history and the city of London, although neither artist was born there. The setting for Whistler’s studio is a basement room which Whistler used as his studio in London where the artist had settled in 1859. One of the acknowledged leaders of …

Alistair Smith, 'Walter Sickert's Drawing Practice and the Camden Town Ethos' (The Camden Town Group in Context) | Tate

Alistair Smith, 'Walter Sickert's Drawing Practice and the Camden Town Ethos' (The Camden Town Group in Context)

Alistair Smith, 'Walter Sickert's Drawing Practice and the Camden Town Ethos' (The Camden Town Group in Context) | Tate

Other Pins

Harold Gilman 1876–1919 | Tate

Harold Gilman 1876–1919 | Tate

Artist page for Harold Gilman (1876–1919)

Drawings by the Camden Town Group | Tate

Drawings by the Camden Town Group | Tate

Drawings by the Camden Town Group at Tate Britain focuses on the important role drawing played inn their artistic practice.

‘The Little Tea Party: Nina Hamnett and Roald Kristian’, Walter Richard Sickert, 1915–16 | Tate

‘The Little Tea Party: Nina Hamnett and Roald Kristian’, Walter Richard Sickert, 1915–16 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘The Little Tea Party: Nina Hamnett and Roald Kristian’, Walter Richard Sickert, 1915–16

‘Minnie Cunningham at the Old Bedford’, Walter Richard Sickert, 1892 | Tate

‘Minnie Cunningham at the Old Bedford’, Walter Richard Sickert, 1892 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Minnie Cunningham at the Old Bedford’, Walter Richard Sickert, 1892 In the 1880s popular music halls sprang up in London and Paris and impressionist artists such as Edgar Degas and Walter Sickert began to paint the audiences and acts. Minnie Cunningham was a successful performer whom Sickert admired. He first exhibited this picture with the subtitle ‘I’m an old hand at love, though I’m young in years’, a quotation from one of her songs. Sickert gives us the point of view of…

‘La Hollandaise’, Walter Richard Sickert, c.1906 | Tate

‘La Hollandaise’, Walter Richard Sickert, c.1906 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘La Hollandaise’, Walter Richard Sickert, c.1906 In 1905 Sickert began a series of female nudes, pictured in bedrooms lit only by the strong light from a window. Sickert had criticized the idealization of the nude and instead was interested in placing his figures in a real environment. He explored the effect of light and shade on the nude body of the model set against a contrasting background of rumpled sheets. At the time, the setting and inexpensive furniture such as the…

Walter Richard Sickert 1860–1942 | Tate

Walter Richard Sickert 1860–1942 | Tate

Artist page for Walter Richard Sickert (1860–1942)

Both Walter Richard Sickert and James McNeill Whistler are associated with British art history and the city of London, although neither artist was born there. The setting for Whistler’s studio is a basement room which Whistler used as his studio in London where the artist had settled in 1859. One of the acknowledged leaders of …

Whistler's studio - Walter Richard Sickert - QAGOMA Learning

Both Walter Richard Sickert and James McNeill Whistler are associated with British art history and the city of London, although neither artist was born there. The setting for Whistler’s studio is a basement room which Whistler used as his studio in London where the artist had settled in 1859. One of the acknowledged leaders of …

Alistair Smith, 'Walter Sickert's Drawing Practice and the Camden Town Ethos' (The Camden Town Group in Context) | Tate

Alistair Smith, 'Walter Sickert's Drawing Practice and the Camden Town Ethos' (The Camden Town Group in Context)

Alistair Smith, 'Walter Sickert's Drawing Practice and the Camden Town Ethos' (The Camden Town Group in Context) | Tate