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John Robert Cozens  1752-1797, UK

 

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Male
Painting, Drawing



to top Most exhibitions in:

Country
United Kingdom 4
Australia 1
Spain 1
Switzerland 1
Germany 1




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Artist Rank
Joseph Mallord William Turner    5
Thomas Girtin    4
Samuel Palmer  13411 4



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1752 Born


1797 Died

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 8  Please report missing Information



to top Group shows   8


2013
   Master Drawings - The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, Oxford

2012
   Turner and his Contemporaries: The Hickman Bacon Watercolour Collection - Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, Cumbria

2011
   British Watercolours 1760–1900 - NGV National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, VIC

2010
   The Land Between Us: power, place and dislocation - Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

2007
   An American's Passion for British Art: Paul Mellon's Legacy - Royal Academy of Arts, London
Description and image  La Abstraction del Paisaje - Fundación Juan March, Madrid

1998
   Itinerari Sublimi - Viaggi di artisti tra il 1750 e il 1858 - Museo Cantonale d´Arte Lugano, Lugano

1964
   Englische Aquarelle - Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin

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United Kingdom

 Ulster Museum, Belfast, Northern Ireland
 Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds
 Tate Britain, London
 Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne

USA

 Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO

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Last update: 30 January 2014
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