• On the River Lledr at Dolwyddelan, North Wales -
    Price on request

    Watercolour over pencil

    30 x 21.7cm., 11 ? x 8 ? inches


    This is a similar viewpoint to a watercolour by David Cox Senior in Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery (see Scott Wilcox, Sun Wind and Rain ? The Art of David Cox, 2008, no.99, pp.218-9) which was drawn in August 1846.

  • Distant View of Windsor Castle -
    Price on request

    Watercolour over pencil heightened with bodycolour on wove paper watermarked: .....KENT

    184 x 266 mm., 7 ľ x 10 Ĺ in.



    Palser Gallery, London


    Cox Junior was taught by his father and as a young man accompanied him to the Continent in 1826. He first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1827 and took over his fatherís successful teaching practice in 1841. Inevitably his work is close stylistically to his father and their works are sometimes confused. The present watercolour dates from the 1830s.

  • Calais Beach with Fort Rouge, Low Tide -

    10.8 by 23.5cm., 4 by 9 inches

    Colonel J.D. Hills;
    With Thos. Agnew & Sons

    Cox Junior accompanied his father on many sketching tours including his visit to Belgium and Holland in 1826.
  • View of Ightham Mote, Kent -

    Inscribed in another hand verso: by David Cox Junr/The Moat House/ Ightham/Kent - 1849

    Watercolour over black chalk heightened with touches of bodycolour on oatmeal paper

    36.3 by 54.1 cm., 14 ? by 21 ? inches


    Pevsner called Ightham Mote "the most complete small medieval manor house in the country", and it remains today as an example of how such houses would have looked in the Middle Ages.  Originally dating from around 1340, it was bought by the Selby family in 1591 and remained in their ownership until 1889.

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