The Camden Town Group in Context

The Second Exhibition of the Camden Town Group December 1911

The Camden Town Group held three exhibitions at the Carfax Gallery on Bury Street, St James’s, London, in June 1911, December 1911 and December 1912. See <asset link="tate:1305”>Exhibitions</asset> for more information.

Helena Bonett
August 2011

Transcript

The Second Exhibition of the Camden Town Group 
December 1911 
Carfax & Co., Ltd. 24 Bury St., Jermyn St., S. James’s, London S.W.  
[end of front cover]  
 
MESSRS. CARFAX beg to state in answer to numerous enquiries that they do not let their gallery on hire under any circumstances. Exhibitions are held solely by invitation of the Directors, who have completed their arrangements to the end of 1912.  
[end of inside front cover]  
 
THE CAMDEN TOWN GROUP.  
LIST OF MEMBERS.  
 
SPENCER F. GORE (President).  
WALTER BAYES.  
R.P. BEVAN.  
M. DRUMMOND.  
H. GILMAN.  
C. GINNER.  
DUNCAN GRANT.  
J.D. INNES.  
AUGUSTUS JOHN.  
H. LAMB.  
P.W. LEWIS.  
LUCIEN PISSARRO.  
W. RATCLIFFE.  
WALTER SICKERT.  
J. DOMAN TURNER.  
J.B. MANSON (Hon. Sec.).  
[end of p.1; p.2 is blank]  
 
[p.3:]  
CATALOGUE.  
 
ON THE PURCHASE OF WORKS BY LIVING ARTISTS PAYMENT IS DUE BEFORE DELIVERY 
                                        Guineas.  
                  J. DOMAN TURNER.  
1 Walberswick                           4 
2 H.M.S. “–––––” Sheerness              4 
3 St Valery-s-Somme                     4 
4 The Sound of Kerrera and              4 
    Kerrera Island, Oban  
 
                    HENRY LAMB.  
5 Portrait 
6 Drawing  
        Prices on application.  
[end of p.3]  
                  4 
                                        Guineas.  
                   J.D. INNES 
7 Arenig                                15 
8 Welsh Landscape                       15 
9 Flowers                               15 
10 The Mountain Stream                  20 
 
                  WALTER SICKERT.  
11 Louie 
12 Mother and Daughter 
13 The Old Hotel Royal 
14 Carolina dell’Acqua  
     Prices on application.  
 
                  SPENCER F. GORE.  
15 The Mad Pierrot Ballet               25 
16 The Garden                           30 
17 Portrait                             15 
18 The Promenade                        30 
[end of p.4]  
                  5 
                                        Guineas.  
                  H. GILMAN 
19 Le Pont Tournant                     12 
20 Nude. No.1                           25 
21 Dieppe                               12 
[Struckthrough and annotated in pencil: 15]  
22 Nude. No.2                           25 
 
                  W. RATCLIFFE
23 Cottage Window Seat                  8
24 Sunshine                             10 
25 Still Life                           8 
26 The Veranda                          10 
 
                  C. GINNER.
27 The Sunlit Quay                      30 
28 The Wet Street                       25 
29 The CafĂ©                             30 
30 Evening                              25 
[end of p.5 ]
                  6 
                                        Guineas.  
                  R.P. BEVAN.  
31 The Cabyard, Night                   35 
32 No. 12612                            35 
33 Landscape with Cattle                15 
34 Morning Sunlight                     15 
 
                  P. WYNDHAM LEWIS 
35 Port de Mer                          20 
36 Au MarchĂ©                            20 
37 Virgin and Child                     20 
 
                  M.C. DRUMMOND 
38 Viva                                 15 
39 At Dusk                              20 
40 Portrait of a Lady                   20 
41 Portrait of Charles Ginner           20 
 
                  L. PISSARRO.  
42 Sunset, Epping                       25 
[end of p.6]  
                  7 
                                        Guineas.  
43 The Mill, Finchingfield (sketch)     30 
44 The Turban                           20 
45 The Brook, Sunny Weather             30 
 
                  J.B. MANSON.  
46 Evening Sunlight                     15 
47 The Sussex Downs, Storrington        15 
48 Portrait of a Lady                   21 
49 The Sunlit Valley                    15 
 
                  WALTER BAYES.  
50 The Bridge                           21 
51 The Glass Door                       8 
52 Padstow Regatta                      15 
 
                  DUNCAN GRANT.
53 Tulips                               15 
[end of p.7; p.8 and inside back cover are blank]  
 
[Back cover:]  
[Annotation in pencil at top left.]  
CARFAX & CO., Ltd., 24 BURY ST.,  
JERMYN STREET, S. JAMES’S, S.W.  
Drawings and Paintings by Old Masters,  
Italian, Flemish, French, Dutch, Persian,  
and English.  
Pictures, Illuminated Prints, and Engraved 
Books by WILLIAM BLAKE.  
Works by EDWARD CALVERT.  
Drawings by AUBREY BEARDSLEY.  
Lithographs by FANTIN-LATOUR.  
Modern Works by LEGROS, WILSON STEER, C.J.  
HOLMES, CHARLES SHANNON, CHARLES RICKETTS, D.S.  
MACCOLL, ROGER FRY, HENRY TONKS, A.W. RICH,  
W. and A. ROTHENSTEIN, AUGUSTUS JOHN, ORPEN,  
MCEVOY, BONE, GERARD CHOWNE, MAXWELL ARMFIELD,  
and others, always on view.  
Bronzes by RODIN, LEGROS, TWEED, RICKETTS, and 
HAVARD THOMAS.  
 
Printed by Good, Ltd., Burleigh St., Strand, W.C.  

How to cite

The Second Exhibition of the Camden Town Group, December 1911, in Helena Bonett, Ysanne Holt, Jennifer Mundy (eds.), The Camden Town Group in Context, May 2012, https://www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/camden-town-group/the-second-exhibition-of-the-camden-town-group-r1104594, accessed 02 September 2014.