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  • The Hastings, Seventy Four, lying in Ordinary in the Medway, by Edward Cooke

    The Hastings, Seventy Four, lying in Ordinary in the Medway, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5373PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Image 137 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
  • The Stationers’ Barge, by Edward Cooke

    The Stationers’ Barge, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5390PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Image 114 x 167 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 Thames, East Indiaman, 1424 tons, built for and employed by the Honble. the East India Compy., James Keith Forbes, Commander, by Edward Cooke

    The Thames, East Indiaman, 1424 tons, built for and employed by the Honble. the East India Compy., James Keith Forbes, Commander, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5378PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Image 143 x 185 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
  • The United Kingdom (Edinburgh) Steam Vessel, by Edward Cooke

    The United Kingdom (Edinburgh) Steam Vessel, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5372PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Image 134 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.

    £90.00
  • The Victory (First-Rate), 104 guns, (Collier alongside), by Edward Cooke

    The Victory (First-Rate), 104 guns, (Collier alongside), by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5363PS

    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.

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  • Thw Wolf, Brig of War, (late of the Royal Navy), making Signal, & laying to, for a Pilot, off Dover, by Edward Cooke

    Thw Wolf, Brig of War, (late of the Royal Navy), making Signal, & laying to, for a Pilot, off Dover, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5364PS

    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
  • Yarmouth Cobles, on the beach, by Edward Cooke

    Yarmouth Cobles, on the beach, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5370PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Image 98 x 140 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
  • Yarmouth Herring Boat (Lugger), unloading at the Quay, by Edward Cooke

    Yarmouth Herring Boat (Lugger), unloading at the Quay, by Edward Cooke

    Stock No. 5397PS

    Etching drawn and etched by Edward William Cooke for his Fifty Plates of Shipping and Craft, 1829.  Image 160 x 144 mm., sheet 283 x 210 mm.  Professionally cleaned and delicately hand-coloured.  Bottom left-hand corner damaged (well away from platemark), repaired tear bottom margin (just touching platemark).

    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.

    £54.00
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