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Hulks at Sheerness
Signed 'David Cox' lower left and inscribed 'Sheerness'. This view is of the buildings of the Royal Dockyard at Sheerness in Kent, a subject painted by David Cox senior (1783-1859) in later life. There is, for example, a late watercolour view in the Medway by him also showing a hulk, in the Yale Center for British Art. However, although apparently made from life, this small watercolour lacks the breadth of handling of Cox's later work and is not painted on the rough textured paper he used at the time.
David Cox, Senior
Original size: 138 mm x 326 mm
- Image reference: PW6128
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London