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WILLIAM INNES POCOCK (1783 – 1836)

“South West Entrance & Towers of Chepstow Castle

Pencil & Wash.  7 ½” x 5” (190 x 129mm)

Provenance:  Christies October 1978.  From a collection of the Artist’s work

See also for further examples from the same collection “British Watercolour

Artists up to 1920” by H.L. Mallalieu – Volume II page 481                                                                     IMAGE

 

 

 

William Innes Pocock was a naval lieutenant and produced many drawings of far flung parts of the world.  However, he also painted in England, most notably in the Southern counties and the Thames Valley where his brother inherited a property at Maidenhead in 1818.  His father was the artist Nicholas Pocock.

 

 

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