Walter Richard Sickert A.R.A. (British, 1860-1942), TRANSFERRED TO 94495059 / 1  Dieppe
Lot 318
Walter Richard Sickert A.R.A. (British, 1860-1942) Dieppe 17.5 x 26 cm. (6 7/8 x 10 1/4 in.)
£3,000 - 5,000
US$ 5,000 - 8,400
Lot Details
Walter Richard Sickert A.R.A. (British, 1860-1942)
Dieppe
signed, inscribed and dated 'SICKERT-DIEPPE-/1919' (lower right)
ink and watercolour on paper
17.5 x 26 cm. (6 7/8 x 10 1/4 in.)

Footnotes

  • PROVENANCE:
    Sale; Christie's, London, 8 November 1985, lot 151

    LITERATURE:
    Wendy Baron, Sickert, Paintings and Drawings, Yale University Press, New Haven & London, 2006, cat.no.514, p.461 (ill.b&w)

    In her literature, Wendy Baron notes that the present work is 'a meticulous study of buildings in Dieppe set behind structures which were perhaps tents erected for a fair, probably on the open space facing the beach. The tricolour flying from the onion-shaped dome of the Casino towards the left suggests that the scene may represent the 14th of July' (Wendy Baron, Sickert, Paintings and Drawings, Yale University Press, New Haven & London, 2006, p.461).
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