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Grazing cattle cows lithograph Thomas Sidney Cooper

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Cooper - Grazing


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Antique natural history print


Tinted lithograph with white highlights, from 'Thirty-Four Subjects of Cattle', published in 1837 by Thos. McLean, Ackermann and Tilt. Printed at A Ducote's Lithographic Establishment. Cooper was an English painter and lithographer noted for his images of cattle and farm animals. He was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy (ARA) in 1845 and Royal Academician (RA) in 1867. The largest public collection of Cooper paintings is owned by Canterbury City Council and housed at the Royal Museum and Art Gallery (Beaney Institute) in Canterbury. Examples are also held by the Tate Gallery, London, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

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artist Thomas Sidney Cooper (1803-1902)
method Titned lithograph
date 1837
size 290mm by 370mm (image) 365mm by 545mm (sheet)
SKU NH1685