Camden Town Recalled
Sickert, the New English Art Club, and the ‘London Impressionists’
Prelude to emigration
Sickert’s residence abroad 1898–1905
Sickert’s return to London and his relationship with Gore
Formation of the Fitzroy Street Group
And of course no one will feel we are jumping at the throats to buy. That comes of its own accord. People pay attention to things seen constantly and judiciously explained a little.
Further I particularly believe that I am sent from heaven to finish all your educations!! And, by ricochet, to receive a certain amount of instruction from the younger generation.
one watercolour Russell – £10 – to Walter Taylor
one panel by me – £5 – to Mrs Donaldson Hudson
one sketch by me – £5 – a present from Mr Taylor to Miss Russell.
Camden Town painting
The expansion of the Fitzroy Street Group 1908–10. The Allied Artists’ Association
Manet and the Post-Impressionists at the Grafton Gallery
The Camden Town Group
We are grateful to The Fine Art Society for their permission to reprint this essay, first published as the introduction to a loan exhibition researched, selected and catalogued by Wendy Baron for The Fine Art Society in 1976. Some minor corrections of fact have been made by the author in the light of subsequent research.
How to cite
Wendy Baron, ‘Camden Town Recalled’, in Helena Bonett, Ysanne Holt, Jennifer Mundy (eds.), The Camden Town Group in Context, Tate Research Publication, May 2012, https://www