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James Pattison Cockburn, Près Perloz, Val d’Aoste, Italie dessin à l’encre

James Pattison Cockburn, Près Perloz, Val d'Aoste, Italie dessin à l'encre
James Pattison Cockburn, Près Perloz, Val d'Aoste, Italie dessin à l'encre
James Pattison Cockburn, Près Perloz, Val d'Aoste, Italie dessin à l'encre

James Pattison Cockburn, Près Perloz, Val d'Aoste, Italie dessin à l'encre
James Pattison Cockburn, Près Perloz, Val d’Aoste, Italie – dessin à l’encre c. Un dessin de stylo c. 1816 originale et encre, James Pattison Cockburn, près Perloz, Val d’Aoste, en Italie. James Pattison Cockburn était un militaire et topographique artiste-officier de l’armée et aquarelliste-qui enseigne le dessin sous Paul Sandby à l’Académie royale militaire de Woolwich en 1793. Sous la tutelle de Sandby il a appris les compétences requises pour la topographie, et cela se traduit par un style de dessin exigeant, souvent en graphite, stylo et encre brune, ou lavage sépia. Cette date dessin d’une période productive après la fin des guerres napoléoniennes où Cockburn pouvait visiter le continent le plus souvent. Le sublime Vallée d’Aoste était populaire parmi les touristes de Grand; J. Turner a passé du temps ici en 1836, après avoir visité Chamonix et le Mont-Blanc, et esquissés’Perloz, Val d’Aoste, avec le Fort-dessus Pont St Martin'(Tate D29275). Provenance: William Drummond (Covent Galerie Garden, Londres). En dessous de plancher encre brune avec de graphite. Inscribed: Par l’artiste inscrit au verso. Accompagné d’un fragment de papier avec l’attribution d’un concessionnaire plus tard. Height (inches): 6.69 Width (inches): 4.49. Condition: Dans l’ensemble en bon état pour son age. There est faible tonifiant d’âge vers les coins de la feuille et quelques rousseurs très faible dispersés. Il y a des marques adhésives historiques et des restes de papier vers les coins sur le verso, du montage précédent, ce qui a causé de petites parcelles de l’amincissement et le plissement de la mineure du papier au niveau des coins. S’il vous plaît voir les photos pour les détails. All artworks come with a Certificate of Authenticity andif it is a collection artworkits accompanying collection text or artist biography. Cockburn est venu d’une famille militaire et a suivi un cours semblable à un âge précoce. Après des études à l’Académie royale militaire de Woolwich, il a participé à la prise de la colonie du Cap en 1795 et dans une expédition contre Manille en 1798. Par la suite, le capitaine rang, il a vu le service au siège de Copenhague en 1807 et le siège d’Anvers en 1809 , au cours de laquelle il a produit des cartes topographiques et dessins d’opérations militaires, publiés plus tard comme aquatintes. Stationné puis à Norwich, jusqu’en 1814, Cockburn fait la connaissance importante avec les peintres paysagistes de l’école Norwich et exposé au Norwich société des artistes. Le travail de Norwich artistes de l’école, comme John Sell Cotman et John Thirtle (réputé son professeur), combinée à la précision de la langue néerlandaise peinture avec la spontanéité de l’école italienne et ce fut formatrice pour Cockburn, apportant un sens plus d’atmosphère à son style du début strictement topographique. Cockburn a perfectionné sa maîtrise de la composition et sa technique caractéristique, impliquant graphite, plume et encre brune et lavage sépia montrer la lumière et l’ombre. Après les guerres napoléoniennes, Cockburn pouvait visiter le continent le plus souvent, et suivie d’une période de Voyage et infatigables croquis, travaillant pour le graveur anglais et éditeur William Bernard Cooke. Il a produit « A Voyage à Cadix et Gibraltar », avec une trentaine de plaques colorées, publiées en 1815, et entre 1816 et 1818, il dessinait les fouilles à Naples et Pompéi, publiée comme « délimitations de la célèbre ville de Pompéi », avec des plaques gravées par Pinelli de Rome. De plus les publications de voyage illustrés notamment « Paysage suisse », 1820, « La Route du Simplon », 1822 et « La Vallée d’Aoste », 1823. Selon le compositeur allemand Louis Spohr, à qui il a montré plus de 200 paysages de Naples et ses environs, Cockburn avait «une habileté extraordinaire à attraper une vue charmante en quelques minutes. Spohr a également signalé que des occasions Cockburn a utilisé une forme de mécanique projection comme un Lucida à assurer la netteté caméra et mise à l’échelle précise de ses images. Matures Cockburn oeuvre comprend un corps intéressant du travail de la seconde deux périodes passées au Canada. En tant que commandant de l’Artillerie royale dans les Canadas de 1826, Cockburn dessinait des sujets de paysage du Québec à Niagara Falls, ce qui porte à ses compositions une précision de topographe et l’instinct de l’artiste paysage pour la poétique et pittoresque. Cockburn a terminé sa carrière en tant que directeur du laboratoire de l’Arsenal royal à Woolwich et à la retraite avec le grade de major général. 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  • Matériau: Pen & Ink
  • Période: 19th-century/Early 19th-century
  • Thème: Architectural
  • Originalité: Original
  • Largeur (cm): 11.4
  • Hauteur (cm): 17
  • Artiste: James Pattison Cockburn

James Pattison Cockburn, Près Perloz, Val d'Aoste, Italie dessin à l'encre