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Notes on back say 'Christine Angus, (1st Mrs. Sickert), sung as she stitched' and 'Sickert painted S.G. in Warren St., used her studio in Camden St.'

Two ladies sit at a table, sewing. Only half of the left figure is seen from the rear, with her back to a chest of drawers in the foreground. The right figure wears a long skirt and is seated on an ornate stool, with a fireplace in the distance to the right.

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 53.3 x W 40.6 cm

Accession number

Gos 1

Acquisition method

donated by Mrs Barbara Bagenal in memory of Roger Senhouse, 1971

Work type

Painting


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