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Sickert is one of the most famous artists associated with Bath. He lived there for a few months during the First World War, and then returned to the city towards the end of his life. He is buried at Bathampton. This is a very early work. On a visit to the Victoria Art Gallery in his old age, he saw it on display and told Clifford Ellis, of Bath School of Art, that it was the first painting that he had ever sold.
oil on canvas
H 11.4 x W 20.3 cm
BATVG : P : 1925.20
gift from Mrs John Lane, 1925