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After Major Cockburn - 19th Century Graphite Drawing, Grande Chartreuse

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After Major Cockburn - Original 19th Century Graphite Drawing. Entrance to Valley of The Grande Chartreuse, inscribed in pencil under the image, inscribed indistinctly to the lower right "Col... June 1825", with a blindstamp for Turnbull Superfine London Board to the lower right. A lithograph of Major Cockburn's original drawing of this subject was created by lithographer C. Hullmandel and published by Moncenisio - Savoia in 1822. This drawing holds very strong similarities to that lithograph, but the date 'June 1825' suggests this may be a copy by a follower of Major Cockburn. Inscribed and dated. Discolouration and foxing across the picture, age toning to edges,. A surface crack to the right hand edge, not affecting the main image.


17.5 x 25cm (6.9" x 9.8")
Sheet: 35 x 25.5cm (13.8" x 10")

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Code nu601
Artist After Major Cockburn
Date 19th Century
Dimensions 17.5 x 25cm
Medium Graphite
Style Classical
Subject Landscape
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