The Camden Town Group in Context

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Walter Richard Sickert A Tree-Lined Avenue, near Envermeu c.1913

Walter Richard Sickert 'A Tree-Lined Avenue, near Envermeu' c.1913
Walter Richard Sickert 1860–1942
A Tree-Lined Avenue, near Envermeu c.1913
Graphite and ink on paper
380 x 277 mm
Inscribed [?by the artist] 'randolf gosse' in black ink bottom left
Tate Archive TGA 8120/3/56
Presented by Mrs Andrina Tritton in 1981, from the estate of her mother, Mrs Andrina Schweder, the sister of Walter Sickert's second wife Christine Drummond Angus (c.1877-1920)
© Estate of Walter R. Sickert / DACS
As with The Obelisk, near Arques-la-Bataille (TGA 8120/3/53), this study was most probably completed during the summer of 1913, when Sickert began drawing and painting the countryside for the first time since 1908 (see Matthew Sturgis, Walter Sickert: A Life, London 2005, p.444). Wendy Baron notes that it is similar to The Entrance to the Château (private collection); see Wendy Baron, Sickert: Paintings and Drawings, New Haven and London 2006, no.435.2.

Helena Bonett
September 2010

How to cite

Walter Richard Sickert, A Tree-Lined Avenue, near Envermeu, c.1913, in Helena Bonett, Ysanne Holt, Jennifer Mundy (eds.), The Camden Town Group in Context, Tate Research Publication, May 2012,, accessed 16 April 2024.