SICKERT'S LONDON

Directed by JAKE AUERBACH
DVD 49 MINS COLOUR 2008 V061

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'London is spiffing. Such evil, racy little faces, and such a comfortable feeling of the solid basis of beef and beer.' So said Walter Sickert (1860-1942) about the city and its people, whose everyday lives he sought to capture in his paintings. This documentary, with contributions from Howard Hodgkin and Frank Auerbach, is an extremely good introduction to the work and haunts of one of the undiscovered heroes of modern art. Sickert's writings are read by Alan Bennett.