Vale of Clwyd with figures carrying corn

DAVID COX OWS RWS (1783-1859)

Vale of Clwyd with figures carrying corn

c. 1842 to c. 1848 Wales

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This is possibly an unfinished sheet or sketch relating to Cox’s views of the Vale of Clwyd, which lies in the old counties of Flintshire and Denbighshire in North Wales. Cox first visited the area in the summer of 1842 and again in 1844, both times going on to Betws-y-Coed. The landscape depicted in our view may be compared with the watercolour, Vale of Clwyd, 1848 (British Museum), and to the oils of the same title, 1846 (Towneley Art Gallery) and 1849 (Fitzwilliam Museum). For illustrations of the above pictures see Scott Wilcox, Sun, Wind and Rain: the art of David Cox, Yale, 2008, p.221.
Dimensions
Height 35.50 cm (13.98 inches)
Width 61.00 cm (24.02 inches)
Stock Code
VH762
Medium
Watercolour and bodycolour
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