London, South Kensington
19 November 2008
Walter Sickert (1860-1942)
The New Bedford 1915 (Bromberg 160)
etching and drypoint, 1914-15, on wove paper, third state (of thirteen), a rare impression, with wide margins, with manuscript annotations in pencil in the lower margins, one printer's crease in the lower left margin, pale mount-staining, scattered fox marks to the lower and upper image and the margins, remains of old tape tabs on the reverse, with show-through recto, otherwise in generally good condition, framed
P. 550 x 190 mm., S. 559 x 340 mm.
With label of former owner, Madeleine Clifton, widow of Arthur Clifton, owner of the Carfax Gallery, attached to the back of the frame.
Exhibited in the Centenary Exhibition of Etchings and Drawings of W.R. Sickert , 15 March - 14 April 1960, Thomas Agnew &Sons Ltd., London.
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