Camden Town Grou1

Camden Town Grou1 - particularly the Vorticists, to form...

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Camden Town Group: (1911 - 1913) The Camden Town Group was an organization of British painters that was based in Camden, London.  Led by Walter Sickert, the group focused on realist town scenes of daily life and some landscapes,  executed in a Post-Impressionist style. Their exhibitions were primarily held at the Carfax Gallery in 1911  and 1912 and were largely unsuccessful. Eventually this failure led to the group’s merger with other artists, 
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Unformatted text preview: particularly the Vorticists, to form the London Group in 1913. Artists: (biography & artworks) Ginner, Charles - 1878 - 1952 Gore, Spencer - 1878 - 1914 Grant, Duncan - 1885 - 1978 Lamb, Henry - 1883 - 1960 Pissarro, Lucien - 1863 - 1944 Ginner, Charles - 1878 - 1952 Gore, Spencer - 1878 - 1914 Grant, Duncan - 1885 - 1978 Lamb, Henry - 1883 - 1960 Pissarro, Lucien - 1863 - 1944...
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