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Sickert

[sik-ert] /ˈsɪk ərt/
noun
1.
Walter Richard, 1860–1942, English painter.
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  • Mr. Sickert is not the only one of the members of this club who have made an essay in the latest form of applied art.

    Picture Posters Charles Hiatt
  • Mr. Sickert also very aptly suggests the reason why some of the portraits were never completed.

    The Life of James McNeill Whistler Elizabeth Robins Pennell
  • It was characteristic of Mr. Sickert that he should go to the music-halls for a subject.

    Picture Posters Charles Hiatt
  • This is the first of the two portraits he painted of Mrs. Sickert, and from her we learned that it was destroyed.

    The Life of James McNeill Whistler Elizabeth Robins Pennell
  • Even Mr. Sickert cannot turn sincere and intelligent painters into artists.

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  • As an impressionist painter of talent, Mr. Wilson Steer is as well known as Mr. Sickert.

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British Dictionary definitions for Sickert

Sickert

/ˈsɪkət/
noun
1.
Walter Richard. 1860–1942, British impressionist painter, esp of scenes of London music halls
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