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Product Description

 


BILLY-BOY UNLOADING

SHOREHAM HARBOUR, LOW WATER.


Drawn and Etched by E.W.Cooke

Published London 1829 in Cooke's "Sixty Five Plates of Shipping and Craft".

A fine antique print of a merchant ship unloading on the quayside at Shoreham by Sea, Sussex, England. 

A crisp, dark impression in fine, clean condition. Dated in the plate.

 Approx. 7.5" x 6" (190mm x 155mm) to the clearly defined plate mark as shown, with wide margins beyond, printed on heavy grade wove paper, blank verso. 


Edward William Cooke (1811-1880) was a highly respected 19th century marine and landscape artist. Born in Pentonville, London he was inspired by his father George Cooke the celebrated engraver, and much influenced by the Dutch marine artists, having travelled extensively throughout the Netherlands.
The etchings he published in" Sixty Five Plates of Shipping and Craft" are fine examples of his work and make wonderful prints for framing and display.


  

 A GENUINE ANTIQUE PRINT GUARANTEED OVER 180 YEARS OLD FROM LINDISFARNE PRINTS

T2Y116

Specifications

Brand
Lindisfarne prints
Condition
Used

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BILLY BOY, SHOREHAM, SUSSEX, E.Cooke antique maritime ship nautical print 1829

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