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  • Sailing Barge/Gravesend Steam Packet/Colliers by Edward Cooke

    Sailing Barge/Gravesend Steam Packet/Colliers by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5362PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 140 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
  • Sailing Barges, by Edward Cooke

    Sailing Barges, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5381PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 172 x 207 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
  • Schooner & Smack (Coasting Traders), lying at Fresh Wharf, London Bridge, by Edward Cooke

    Schooner & Smack (Coasting Traders), lying at Fresh Wharf, London Bridge, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5367PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 169 x 213 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
  • Scotch Smacks, by Edward Cooke

    Scotch Smacks, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5393PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 206 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
  • Sheer-Hulk in Portsmouth Harbour, by Edward Cooke

    Sheer-Hulk in Portsmouth Harbour, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5395PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Image 155 x 157 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.

    £72.00
  • Skiff &c. at the entrance of the W.I. Docks, Blackwall, by Edward Cooke

    Skiff &c. at the entrance of the W.I. Docks, Blackwall, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5352PS

    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
  • Thames Barge (going before the Wind) off Northfleet, by Edward Cooke

    Thames Barge (going before the Wind) off Northfleet, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5375PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Image 100 x 155 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
  • Thames Wherries, Richmond

    Thames Wherries, Richmond

    Stock No. 5369PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Image 104 x 183 mm., sheet 210 x 283 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.  Extreme upper right-hand corner of sheet missing.

    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
  • The (circular) stern of His Majesty’s Ship Asia, 84 guns; one of the ships in the engagement at Navarino, by Edward Cooke

    The (circular) stern of His Majesty’s Ship Asia, 84 guns; one of the ships in the engagement at Navarino, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5389PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 168 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.

    £60.00
  • The Discovery, Convict-Ship (lying at Deptford).  The Vessell which accompanied Capt. Cook on his last voyage, by Edward Cooke

    The Discovery, Convict-Ship (lying at Deptford). The Vessell which accompanied Capt. Cook on his last voyage, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5384PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Plate 165 x 203 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
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