All David Cox 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
32856 A Welsh Funeral  A Welsh Funeral   mk81 Betws-y-Coed c.1847-50
56221 crossing the sands  crossing the sands   mk247 1848,oil on panel ,10.5x15 in,26.5x38 cm,birmingham museums and art gallery,uk
26119 Embarkation of His Majesty George IV from Greenwich (mk47)  Embarkation of His Majesty George IV from Greenwich (mk47)   Aug 10th 1822 SPWC 1823 bt.J.Webster Watercolour 690x1070mm National Museums Livepll
26153 Keep the Left Road (mk47)  Keep the Left Road (mk47)   SPWC 1854 bt Sharp Watercolour and bodycolour 724x1003mm Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery
26099 Old Westminster (mk47)  Old Westminster (mk47)   1811 Watercolour 330x455mm Laing Art Gallery Tyne and Wear Museums
32829 The Night Train  The Night Train   mk81 c.1849

David Cox
David Cox [English Painter, 1783-1859] English painter. After taking drawing lessons from Joseph Barber (1757/8-1811) in Birmingham, Cox worked briefly as an apprentice to a painter of lockets and snuff-boxes named Fieldler. This was followed about 1800 by a longer period painting scenery for the New Theatre, Birmingham. On the promise of similar employment at Astley's Amphitheatre in Lambeth, Cox travelled to London in 1804, but when this came to nothing he decided to make his name as a watercolour painter. He began exhibiting at the Royal Academy in 1805 and from 1809 until its demise in 1812 with the Associated Artists in Water-Colours, of which he became both member and president in 1810. He was elected an Associate of the Society of Painters in Water-Colours in 1812 and within a month had advanced to full membership.

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