The papers of Walter Sickert

[1887–1945]

collection owner: Walter Richard Sickert, ‘The papers of Walter Sickert’ [1887–1945]

Available to view online are drawings and illustrations produced by Walter Sickert from 1911 and about 1920. These drawings mainly depict streets, music halls, circuses, bucolic scenes and landscapes of the Envermeu and the Dieppe area, France. Several have been squared up for transfer to canvas and some relate to finished paintings of the period. Further material from this collection can be searched on the online archive catalogue, including correspondence, family photographs and drawings by Christine Angus and Thérèse Lessore, kept by Walter Sickert.

Collection Owner
Walter Richard Sickert 1860–1942
Collection
Tate Archive
Acquisition
Presented by Mrs Andrina Tritton, December 1981.
Reference
TGA 8120

65 objects in this collection

Title
Drawings and illustrations by Walter Sickert
Date
1911–[1920]
Description
62 drawings and 2 reproduction lithographic prints from periodicals, produced between 1911 and about 1920. They were mainly drawn in Envermeu and the Dieppe area, France, and show street scenes, music halls, circuses, bucolic scenes and landscapes. Several have been squared up for transfer to canvas and some relate to finished paintings of the period.
Reference
TGA 8120/3

Showing 120 of 65 objects

Walter Richard Sickert Drawing of hill and houses, Dieppe

date not known

Walter Richard Sickert Drawing of Dieppe street

date not known

Walter Richard Sickert Drawing of Christine Angus Sickert

date not known

Walter Richard Sickert Drawing of circus clowns

[c.1919]