• A Beached Boat, Hastings -
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    Signed with initials lower left and inscribed: Hastings/June 14/38

    Coloured chalks on buff paper

    250 x 115 mm., 9 ? x 4 ? in.

     

    Collingwood studied under James Duffield Harding who taught so many artists in the 1820s and 1830s and his influence can be seen in this early drawing drawn in Hastings between June and November 1838.

  • A Fishing Boat by the Sea, Hastings -
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    Signed with initials lower right and inscribed: Hastings/June 11/38

    Coloured chalks on buff paper

    27.1 by 18.6 cm., 10 ? by 7 ? inches

     

    Collingwood studied under James Duffield Harding who taught so many artists in the 1820s and 1830s and his influence can be seen in this early drawing drawn in Hastings between June and November 1838.

  • Cowgate, Edinburgh -
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    With artist's stamp lower centre and signed with initials: Cowgate Edinburgh/ WC July 29/40

    Pencil and watercolour heightened with white on grey paper

    23.8 by 18 cm., 9? by 7 inches

     

    Cowgate in Edinburgh derives its name from that fact cows were herded down it on Edinburgh's market days. At the time of this drawing, in 1840, Cowgate was a poor overcrowded slum area, accommodating a large proportion of the city's Irish community.

  • Fishermen by their Boats on the Beach at Hastings -
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    Inscribed lower right: Hastings/Nov.2/38

    Watercolour and pencil heightened with touches of white on grey paper

    18.3 by 25.6 cm., 7 by 10 inches

     

    Collingwood studied under James Duffield Harding who taught so many artists in the 1820s and 1830s and his influence can be seen in this early drawing drawn in Hastings between June and November 1838.

  • View of Dartmouth Castle on the river Dart, Devon  -
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    Pencil on buff paper

    34.2 by 50.2 cm., 13 1/2 by 19 3/4 inches

     

    This early work by Collingwood dates from the late 1830s.

  • View of Dover Harbour, Kent -
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    Pencil on buff paper

    32.2 by 49.7 cm., 12 1/2 by 19 1/2 inches

     

    This early work by Collingwood dates from the late 1830s.

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