Wendela Boreel b.1895
Probably Sickert’s favourite pupil, she was one of ‘Sickert’s Girls’.
She studied at the Slade under Henry Tonks and was later to be installed in Sickert’s studio in Mornington Crescent and became Sickert’s most admired pupil.
She exhibited with considerable success in London at the Royal Academy, the New England Art Club etc., and had her first one-man show at the Walker Gallery in Bond Street.
She worked in various mediums and was a fine etcher.