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David Cox Jnr
1809 - 1885

David Cox jnr, 1809-1885 was the son of David Cox, an English watercolour painter and was born in Dulwich, London. He
was taught to paint and draw by his father, although he tended to use a brighter colour palette.
His landscapes include scenes of Wales, Scotland, The Lake District and Devon as well as Europe.
He exhibited in the Royal Academy from 1827 and the Society of Painters in Water Colour from 1848.

Under Coniston Old Man by David Cox Jnr

Under Coniston Old Man (c1860)

Watercolour

36.5cm x 54cm (14.4" x 21.3")

580.00 GBP

Copper mines bridge, Coniston, Cumbria.

The Ford- Evening by David Cox Jnr

The Ford- Evening (1850)

Watercolour

49cm x 69.5cm (19.3" x 27.4")

Signed & dated

Fully signed and dated, David Cox Junior 1858, Bottom left also inscibed with title verso

SOLD
Britannia Bridge, Menai Straits,Wales by David Cox Jnr

Britannia Bridge, Menai Straits,Wales (1870)

Watercolour

29.5cm x 47cm (11.6" x 18.5")

Signed & dated

SOLD
The Castle Gate by David Cox Jnr

The Castle Gate (1840)

Watercolour

32cm x 24cm (12.6" x 9.4")

Signed & dated

SOLD
Fishing by David Cox Jnr

Fishing (1853)

Watercolour

18cm x 25.5cm (7.1" x 10.0")

325.00 GBP

Signed

The Hay Wagon by David Cox Jnr

The Hay Wagon (c1850)

Watercolour

14cm x 19cm (5.5" x 7.5")

Signed

SOLD

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