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National Portrait Gallery London
Painter Walter Richard Sickert, in a 1911 photograph by George Charles Beresford. Sickert was fascinated with the Jack the Ripper murders and used them to promote his own work.
Harvard Art Museums
Painter Walter Richard Sickert’s “Putana a Casa.”
Walter Richard Sickert’s 1914 painting “Ennui.”
Some see shades of the Ripper’s victims’ faces in some of Sickert’s works. Above: A “Camden Town Murder” print.
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