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  • H.M.S. Prince, First Rate, 110 guns (with the Stern Balconies, as built before the Close Sterns were introduced) in Portsmouth Harbour, by Edward Cooke

    H.M.S. Prince, First Rate, 110 guns (with the Stern Balconies, as built before the Close Sterns were introduced) in Portsmouth Harbour, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5392PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 228 x 176 mm., sheet 283 x 210 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.

    Edward William Cooke (1811-1880, RA 1864), the son of the engraver George Cooke (1781-1834), was an important painter, etcher and engraver who specialised in maritime scenes, though he also produced landscape, botanical and architectural work.  His precocity as both a draftsman and an etcher is apparent in this series of plates, published when he was only eighteen.

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  • Hatch-Boat (Double-reef’d) off Gravesend, by Edward Cooke

    Hatch-Boat (Double-reef’d) off Gravesend, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5351PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 169 x 210 mm., sheet 210 x 283 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.

    Edward William Cooke (1811-1880, RA 1864), the son of the engraver George Cooke (1781-1834), was an important painter, etcher and engraver who specialised in maritime scenes, though he also produced landscape, botanical and architectural work.  His precocity as both a draftsman and an etcher is apparent in this series of plates, published when he was only eighteen.

     

    £90.00
  • Hay Boats, by Edward Cooke

    Hay Boats, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5361PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 115 x 175 mm., sheet 210 x 283 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.

    Edward William Cooke (1811-1880, RA 1864), the son of the engraver George Cooke (1781-1834), was an important painter, etcher and engraver who specialised in maritime scenes, though he also produced landscape, botanical and architectural work.  His precocity as both a draftsman and an etcher is apparent in this series of plates, published when he was only eighteen.

    £72.00
  • Lugger on the Beach at Brighton, by Edward Cooke

    Lugger on the Beach at Brighton, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5353PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Image 146 x 204 mm., sheet 210 x 283 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.

    Edward William Cooke (1811-1880, RA 1864), the son of the engraver George Cooke (1781-1834), was an important painter, etcher and engraver who specialised in maritime scenes, though he also produced landscape, botanical and architectural work.  His precocity as both a draftsman and an etcher is apparent in this series of plates, published when he was only eighteen.

    £72.00
  • Mud Dredger for deepening Portsmouth Harbour, by Edward Cooke

    Mud Dredger for deepening Portsmouth Harbour, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5382PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 166 x 210 mm., sheet 210 x 283 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.

    Edward William Cooke (1811-1880, RA 1864), the son of the engraver George Cooke (1781-1834), was an important painter, etcher and engraver who specialised in maritime scenes, though he also produced landscape, botanical and architectural work.  His precocity as both a draftsman and an etcher is apparent in this series of plates, published when he was only eighteen.

    £90.00
  • On the Beach at Cromer, by Edward Cooke

    On the Beach at Cromer, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5388PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Image 131 x 184 mm., sheet 210 x 283 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.

    Edward William Cooke (1811-1880, RA 1864), the son of the engraver George Cooke (1781-1834), was an important painter, etcher and engraver who specialised in maritime scenes, though he also produced landscape, botanical and architectural work.  His precocity as both a draftsman and an etcher is apparent in this series of plates, published when he was only eighteen.

    £48.00
  • Oyster Boats at Billingsgate, by Edward Cooke

    Oyster Boats at Billingsgate, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5360PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 169 x 210 mm., sheet 210 x 283 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.

    Edward William Cooke (1811-1880, RA 1864), the son of the engraver George Cooke (1781-1834), was an important painter, etcher and engraver who specialised in maritime scenes, though he also produced landscape, botanical and architectural work.  His precocity as both a draftsman and an etcher is apparent in this series of plates, published when he was only eighteen.

    £90.00
  • Peter Boats at Greenwich, by Edward Cooke

    Peter Boats at Greenwich, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5385PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 170 x 210 mm., sheet 210 x 283 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.

    Edward William Cooke (1811-1880, RA 1864), the son of the engraver George Cooke (1781-1834), was an important painter, etcher and engraver who specialised in maritime scenes, though he also produced landscape, botanical and architectural work.  His precocity as both a draftsman and an etcher is apparent in this series of plates, published when he was only eighteen.

    £72.00
  • Prison-Ship in Portsmouth Harbour, convicts going on board

    Prison-Ship in Portsmouth Harbour, convicts going on board

    Stock No. 5383PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 159 x 238 mm., sheet 210 x 283 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.

    Edward William Cooke (1811-1880, RA 1864), the son of the engraver George Cooke (1781-1834), was an important painter, etcher and engraver who specialised in maritime scenes, though he also produced landscape, botanical and architectural work.  His precocity as both a draftsman and an etcher is apparent in this series of plates, published when he was only eighteen.

    £84.00
  • Prussian Snow, by Edward Cooke

    Prussian Snow, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5391PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 210 x 170 mm., sheet 283 x 210 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.

    Edward William Cooke (1811-1880, RA 1864), the son of the engraver George Cooke (1781-1834), was an important painter, etcher and engraver who specialised in maritime scenes, though he also produced landscape, botanical and architectural work.  His precocity as both a draftsman and an etcher is apparent in this series of plates, published when he was only eighteen.

    £90.00
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