Walter Sickert

Crime writer Patricia Cornwell has devoted half of her career to identifying the murderous ghoul who posed as Jack the Ripper
'There are lots of reasons... that this man could have turned into a monster.'
Crime writer Patricia Cornwell is preparing to release her second book detailing “proof” of the identity of London’s most
January is usually blue, but not in the Visual Arts. It is red. It is the beginning of the year and starts with a big bang: Art Fairs, top quality exhibitions, talks, performances... Everybody wants to welcome the New Year in the best possible way.
One of the things that make the search for the culprit both interesting and confusing is that you soon encounter layer upon layer of further mystery surrounding the case. Below are five lesser known mysteries that are hidden within the puzzle of who Jack the Ripper was...
Jack the Ripper was a left-handed surgeon from Essex, claims a Uruguayan mathematician. Eduardo Cuitiño identifies Whitechapel
In this short but moving new video released by Tate Britain, news presenter Jon Snow picks his two favourite pieces from