ASF June Lecture Murder, Mayhem, Mystery & Paint: The Disturbing Story Of Walter Sickert
Showing on Wednesday 03rd June 2020 @ 2:00PM
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Delivered by: Michael Howard.
Walter Sickert, one of the most celebrated of English artists working at the turn of the last century, is often considered to be ‘a painter’s painter’. The well-known crime writer Patricia Cornwell has claimed this much-loved artist was responsible for the murders attributed to the infamous Jack the Ripper.
This lecture will attempt to untangle the truth of this claim, following a trail of murder, mystery, mayhem and paint.
Was this much-loved, colourful and enigmatic painter Jack the Ripper? Come and judge the evidence for yourselves!
Non members Tickets available on the day at £8.
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