Early Brits Fitz the bill at Olympia Auctions auction

Fitzroy Square to the north of central London was a key location in early 20th century British art. Virginia Woolf lived here for several years, a few doors down from Bloomsbury Group artist Duncan Grant, and James Abbott McNeill Whistler also had a studio.

Whistler’s studio at No8 Fitzroy Street was also where Walter Sickert (1860-1942) later formed the…

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