Description & Technical information

Frame size
32 x 33¾ in – 81.3 x 85.7 cm

Period:  19th/20th century
Medium: Oil on canvas
Signature: Signed, lower left: Sickert. 

Dimensions: 68.5 x 71.1 cm (27 x 28 inches)
Provenance: Major T. Bouch;
Anonymous sale, Christie's, London, 24 April 1964, lot 117, as The Last of Barnet Fair, where purchased by Piccadilly Gallery, London;
Ian MacNicol, Glasgow;
Anonymous sale, Sotheby's, London, 14 November 1979, lot 57;
Belgrave Gallery, London;
Frost & Reed, London, 1981;
Collection of Billy Skelly
Literature: W. Baron and R. Shone, Sickert Paintings, London, 1992, p.304, no.209;
W. Baron, Sickert Paintings and Drawings, London, 2006, p.470, no.537, illustrated;
Exhibition catalogue, Secret Treasures: Modern British & Irish Art on the Isle of Man, Douglas, Manx Museum, 2015, pp.18-19, exhibition not numbered, illustrated
Exhibitions: London, da Vinci Gallery, Paintings and Drawings by Sickert, May - June 1947, no.22, catalogue not traced; London, Arts Council of Great Britain, Hayward Gallery, Late Sickert: Paintings 1927 to 1942,  November 1981 - January 1982, no.104: this exhibition travelled to Norwich, Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, March - April 1982; and Wolverhampton, City Art Gallery, April - May 1982;
Douglas, Manx Museum, Secret Treasures: Modern British & Irish Art on the Isle of Man, October - November 2015,  exhibition not numbered
Categories: Paintings, Drawings & Prints