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Frederick P. Cooke (1896-1978) - Graphite Drawing, Trio of Graphite Studies



A trio of graphite studies of male figures and market stall. Each has its own unique charm and one has the year 1916 inscribed on it. All are unsigned. On wove.


There are some small creases to all works, with the largest piece having a central vertical crease from the fold in the paper. They have all slightly discoloured and have minor foxing.


17.9 x 11.9cm (7" x 4.7")
Sheet: 18.5 x 13.3cm (7.3" x 5.2")

Collection Information

Sulis Fine Art is delighted to have acquired this charming collection by the artist Frederick P. Cooke. The collection includes expressive figure studies and vibrant landscape scenes, using various mediums.

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Artist Biography

Frederick P. Cooke (1896-1978) served in the army during the Great War, later becoming a dental surgeon like his father. Cooke was interested in music, photography and painting, especially figurative and portraiture. He was a member of the Manchester Graphics Club, the Warrington Art Society and the Photographic Society.

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Code qw412
Artist Frederick P. Cooke (1896-1978)
Date Mid 20th Century
Dimensions 17.9 x 11.9cm
Medium Graphite
Style Realism
Subject Portrait
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