Spencer Frederick Gore (26 May 1878 – 27 March 1914) was a British painter of landscapes, music-hall scenes and interiors, usually with single figures. He was the first president of the Camden Town Group, and was influenced by the Post-Impressionists.
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J. Leger & Son (London, UK) J. Leger & Son exhibition catalogue titled ‘Exhibition of Modern Paintings’
Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Ethel Sands Letter from Walter Sickert to Ethel Sands
Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Anna Hope Hudson Letter from Walter Sickert to Nan Hudson
Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Anna Hope Hudson Letter from Walter Sickert to Nan Hudson, addressed Euston Hotel, London
Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Ethel Sands Letter from Walter Sickert to Ethel Sands, addressed 26 Red Lion Square, London
Paul Nash, recipient: Margaret Nash Private view card and letter from Paul Nash to Margaret Odeh
Walter Richard Sickert, recipients: Ethel Sands, Anna Hope Hudson Letter from Walter Sickert to Ethel Sands and Nan Hudson
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The Camden Town Group were a British post-impressionist group founded by Walter Sickert in London in 1911
Tate's online research project, The Camden Town Group in Context, brings together much new material on the artists in ...
Modern Painters: Sickert's famous dictum heralded a move towards a gritty realism in British painting
Wassily Kandinsky’s ground-breaking theoretical publication Concerning the Spiritual in Art (1912), with its emphasis on colours as “vibrations of the ...