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The Camden Town Group of Painters

London, 1911-1912


The Camden Town Group was a group of artists inspired by the dark and impressionistic paintings and engravings of Walter Sickert's, who worked in this working-class section of London.

The group held three exhibitions at Carfax Gallery in 1911 and 1912. The shows were a failure in financial terms, and the member artists eventually merged with several other small groups to form the London Group.
        

 
 
Chronological Listing of Camden Town Group Painters
 
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Walter Richard Sickert 1860-1942 British Painter
Caricature of Israel Zangwill, English Playwright and Novelist
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Lucien Pissarro 1863-1944 French Painter
 
Robert Bevan 1865-1925 English Painter
West Country Landscape
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Harold Gilman 1876-1919 British Painter
Still Life With Flowers In A Vase, C. 1911-14
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Charles Isaac Ginner 1878-1952 French Painter
 
Spencer Gore 1878-1914 English Painter
Game of Tennis
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Augustus John 1878-1961 British Painter
 
James Bolivar Manson 1879-1945 British Painter
 
Wyndham Lewis 1882-1957 Canadian/British Writer/Painter
 
Henry Lamb 1883-1960 English Painter
 
Duncan Grant 1885-1978 Scottish Painter
The Tub c. 1913
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