Walter Richard Sickert's Little Dot Hetherington at the Bedford Music Hall

WIN: Lunch & Tickets to Walter Sickert at Tate Britain

Here's your chance to win tickets to see a retrospective of one of Britain's most important artists and dine out on Tate Britain...

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Tate Britain is giving away two tickets to Walter Sickert's retrospective followed up by lunch at its tea rooms to two lucky readers.

Sickert is recognised as one of the most important artists of the 20th century, having helped shape modern British art.

The former actor had ties to renowned painters including James Abbott, McNeill Whistler and Edgar Degas, and strengthened the artistic connections between Britain and France.

Walter Sickert's Mrs Swinton

Walter Sickert's Mrs Swinton - Tate Britain Walter Sickert

The current exhibition is Tate's  first major retrospective of Sickert in more than 60 years and it explores how he had an often radical, distinctive approach to setting and subject matter.

From his beginnings as an actor and artistic apprentice to becoming one of the most gifted artists of his time, the display looks at his evolution of self-portraits and his fascination for all things theatrical. 

The exhibition is on until September 18 and Tate Britain are giving you and someone you like the chance to view this impressive collection, for free, and to enjoy a light lunch at the museum's tea rooms, Djanogly Cafe, on them. 

Book your tickets and take your lunch between Wednesday, August 20 and Sunday, September 18

Fill out the form below before 11:45pm, August 14 for your chance to win. 

Address: Tate Modern, Millbank SW1P 4RG

Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 10am-6pm

Exhibition Tickets: £18

Website: tate.org.uk

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