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The flower market, Dieppe

circa 1898


Walter Richard Sickert


31 May 1860 - 22 Jan 1942


Other Titles

The flower sellers, Dieppe

St Jacques, Dieppe

Alternative title

Le Marché, Rue de la Boucherie, Dieppe


circa 1898

Media category


Materials used

oil on canvas


45.7 x 55.3 cm stretcher; 66.0 x 74.5 x 9.5 cm frame

Signature & date

Signed l.r., black paint "Sickert". Not dated.


Purchased 1947


Not on display

Accession number


Artist information

Walter Richard Sickert

Works in the collection


Shown in 6 exhibitions

Exhibition history


J.W. Freshfield, England, by 1938, lent to 'Paintings by Walter Richard Sickert', The Arts Club of Chicago and Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh 1938

Agnew's, London, London/England

Roland, Browse and Delbanco, London/England, Purchased by the AGNSW from Roland, Browse and Delbanco 1947

Referenced in 15 publications


Arts Club of Chicago and Carnegie Institute, Paintings by Walter Richard Sickert, 1938. 28, as 'St Jacques, Dieppe'

Arts Council of Great Britain, Sickert Paintings and Drawings, Unknown, 1960, 19.

Wendy Baron OBE, Sickert, London, 1973, 56. fig.74, 106 as "c1898"

Wendy Baron OBE, Sickert: paintings and drawings, New Haven, 2006, 227 (colour illus.). 116

Wendy Baron OBE and Richard Shone (Editors), Sickert Paintings, London, 1992, 116, 117 (colour illus.). 26

Lillian Browse, Sickert, London, 1960, 86. pl.22 as "Le marche, Rue de la Boucherie"

David Jones' Art Gallery, Sydney, Walter Richard Sickert 1860-1942, Sydney, 1968.

Renée Free, Art Gallery of New South Wales catalogue of British paintings, Sydney, 1987, 175 (illus.).

Anne Kirker and Peter Tomory, British painting 1800–1990 in Australian and New Zealand public collections, Sydney, 1997, 158. 1969

Lou Klepac, Apollo, 'Sickert in Adelaide', Unknown, Oct 1968, 29 (colour illus.).

Lou Klepac, Fifth Adelaide Festival of Arts 1968: Special exhibitions at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Walter Richard Sickert, p 5-12, Adelaide, 1968, 7. 10, as 'Le Marche, Rue de la Boucherie, Dieppe'

Elwyn Lynn., The Weekend Australian, 'Retrospective puts Passmore in order', Sydney, 29 Dec 1984-30 Dec 1984.

Queensland Art Gallery, Epstein and Sickert, Brisbane, 1954.

Daniel Thomas, Art Gallery of New South Wales Quarterley, 'Some problems of dating and identification', pg.431-2, Sydney, Oct 1968, 431-2.

Editor Unknown (Editor), Carnegie Magazine, Pittsburgh, 1938, 67.