Papers of Ethel Sands (1873-1962)

1720–1961

collection owner: Ethel Sands, ‘Papers of Ethel Sands (1873-1962)’ 1720–1961

Available online are a group of letters sent to Ethels Sands and Nan Hudson from Walter Sickert during the first half of the 20th century. The letters illustrate the close friendship Sickert had with Sands and Hudson. Topics within the letters include advice on artistic technique and general news.

Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the Archive catalogue.

Collection Owner
Ethel Sands 1873–1962
Collection
Tate Archive
Acquisition
Presented to Tate Archive by Colonel Christopher Sands in November 1991.
Reference
TGA 9125

155 objects in this collection

Title
Letters from Walter Sickert to Nan Hudson and Ethel Sands
Date
[c.1908–20]
Description
155 letters from Sickert to Ethel Sands, Nan Hudson, or both. Letters include personal news and advice about painting.
Reference
TGA 9125/5

Showing 4160 of 155 objects

Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Anna Hope Hudson Telegram from Walter Sickert to Nan Hudson

5 June 1911

Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Anna Hope Hudson Telegram from Walter Sickert to Nan Hudson

3 June 1911

Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Anna Hope Hudson Telegram from Walter Sickert to Nan Hudson

25 July 1911

Walter Richard Sickert, recipients: Ethel Sands, Anna Hope Hudson Letter from Walter Sickert to Ethel Sands and Nan Hudson

[c.1914]

Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Ethel Sands Letter from Walter Sickert to Ethel Sands, addressed 26 Red Lion Square, London

[August–September 1915]

Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Ethel Sands Letter from Walter Sickert to Ethel Sands, addressed 26 Red Lion Square, London

[August–September 1915]

Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Ethel Sands Letter from Walter Sickert to Ethel Sands

[1914]

Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Ethel Sands Letter from Walter Sickert to Ethel Sands

[August–September 1914]

Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Ethel Sands Letter from Walter Sickert to Ethel Sands

1914

Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Unknown person(s) Letter from Walter Sickert, addressed Envermeu

[1914]

Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Ethel Sands Letter from Walter Sickert to Ethel Sands

[March 1914]