Just love these dark colours and the whole scene reminds me of the poetry of London as expressed by Charlotte Mew.
This series looks at paintings made by members of the Camden Town Group. Although largely forgotten today, they played an important role in the transition of British art from the nineteenth century to Post-Impressionism and more recent movements and styles. Their legacy lives on in the London Group.
This article provides a systematic table of contents, and an index of the dominant themes in the paintings covered in articles in this series.
Walter Richard Sickert (1860–1942), Ennui (c 1914), oil on canvas, 152.4 x 112.4 cm, The Tate Gallery (Presented by the Contemporary Art Society 1924), London. © The Tate Gallery and Photographic Rights © Tate (2016), CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0 (Unported), https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/sickert-ennui-n03846
In 1911, not content with his existing Fitzroy Street Group of artists, Walter Sickert formed the Camden Town Group, consisting of exactly sixteen elected male painters; they decided to exclude women, although several…
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