The Cotman Collection | 22

Cotmania. Vol. VIII. 1932-3

Archive: SDK Sydney Decimus Kitson Archive
Reference Number: SDK/1/2/1/8
Page: 15 recto

  • Description

    Colman collection at Crown Point (14)


  • Transcription

    (7) 'Chiswick looking to Barnes. June 21, 1828.' (M. E. C.)
    (8) ‘Peter boats, July 10, 1828.’ (M.E.C.)
    (9) ‘Group of boats, J.S. Cotman King’s College. 4003.’ poor, family.
    (10-13) Four sepia drawings- with J.R’s note on each. J.S. Cotman’s evening study with Varley etc when in London. They are poor things, and probably not J.S.C.
    (14) Trowse Hythe - extended landscape. ?M.E.C. Aubrey Blake has the sepia by M.E.C. from Walker’s Bulwer Collection 1927.
    (15) A scene in a suburb at Norwich (? from top of Ber Street, looking down to King Street) very intriguing. Stone grey paper, pencil, pipe clay and red chalk. Figures in right corner. 11 ½ x 10. Signed ‘J.S Cotman’.
    ** (16) Two pencil sketches for my sepia ‘Caverns under Chateau Gaillard’- “July 24” (in ink) 10 ¼ x 11 ¼ and 10 x 11 ¼.
    (17) Cows in a pond. Ch/ and white on grey-blue paper. Late.
    (18) “Entrance to (?) Upper Lake.” "J.S. Cotman." Same paper.
    (19) A Dredger, on thin brown paper. Black chalk and slight pipe clay 10 x 12 ½. Signed (?by J.R) J.J. Cotman but very like J.S.C. A.B thinks J.J. See my Norfolk Keel (No 210) on same paper.

Colman collection at Crown Point (14)