The Street of Wonderful Possibilities

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From the late 1870s, when Tite Street, Chelsea was home to a Bohemian avant-garde of artists and writers, to 1950, when Augustus John left his studio at No 33, Devon Cox traces the artistic and cultural history of the street and its residents. As well as Oscar Wilde, Whistler and John Singer Sargent, Cox’s illustrated study examines the lives and work of artists including Frank Miles, Walter Sickert, Romaine Brooks and the architect of their houses and studios, EW Godwin.

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The Street of Wonderful Possibilities

The Street of Wonderful Possibilities

Whistler, Wilde & Sargent in Tite Street

Hardback288pp Illustrated252x200mm

9780711236738     Product Code: 504095

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From the late 1870s, when Tite Street, Chelsea was home to a Bohemian avant-garde of artists and writers, to 1950, when Augustus John left his studio at No 33, Devon Cox traces the artistic and cultural history of the street and its residents. As well as Oscar Wilde, Whistler and John Singer Sargent, Cox’s illustrated study examines the lives and work of artists including Frank Miles, Walter Sickert, Romaine Brooks and the architect of their houses and studios, EW Godwin.

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