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Walter Richard Sickert (1860–1942)

Photo credit: Manchester Art Gallery

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Full-length portrait of Walter Sickert as an old man, wearing a dark, flat cap, a tan-coloured suit with a long jacket, red cravat and red shoes to match. He is standing against a fireplace in a domestic interior setting with his hands behind his back. There is a gold ornate mirror above the mantelpiece behind him with small paintings on the wall to left and right. The painting features bold, rapid brushwork.

Manchester Art Gallery



Walter Richard Sickert (1860–1942)




oil on canvas


H 80.5 x W 61.5 cm

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Acquisition method

purchased from Arthur Tooth and Sons Ltd, 1937

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Inscription description

artist's inscription : : blc : title, date, dedication, artist's name : Sickert / 1935...(illegible) friend / J.E.Blanche


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