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Charles Rowe Dillon

XIX Century - 
DILLON CHARLES ROWE Photorealist Florida Backwater With Cypress And Osprey Soaring

Burchard
Jun 25, 2017
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Charles Rowe Dillon - Photorealist Florida Backwater With Cypress And Osprey Soaring

Charles Rowe Dillon - Photorealist Florida Backwater With Cypress And Osprey Soaring

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Lot number: 1210
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ROWE, Charles, (American, 1950-): Photorealist Florida Backwater with Cypress and Osprey Soaring, Oil/Wood, 17.75'' x 11.75'', signed lower left, custom frame, 30'' x 23.5''. Rowe is considered one of the premier landscape/wildlife artists in the Southeast and has been recognized as an artist to watch in the South.
Charles Rowe Dillon - Plan And Elevation Of The Organ

Charles Rowe Dillon - Plan And Elevation Of The Organ

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Lot number: 411
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CHARLES ROWE DILLON, ARIBA (D1878) PLAN AND ELEVATION OF THE ORGAN SCREEN CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL JULY 1842 signed, dated and extensively inscribed, 49 x 44cm
Charles Dillon was a pupil of Harvey Lonsdale Elmes (1814-1847) and became an associate of the RIBA in Novemeber 1865, being proposed by Philip Hardwick, RA (1792-1870), Philip Charles Hardwick (1822-1892) and Frederick Pepys Cockerell (1833-1878). Dillon was Drawing Office Manager for Francis Fowke (1823-1865) and Manager of the Works Office, South Kensington Museum. He lived in Kentish Town and died in the Great Thames Disaster, the sinking of the paddle steamer 'Princess Alice' in 1878.
++An architectural drawing by one who on this basis alone was of prodigious ability some time stains and foxing, paper slightly cockled but unrestored and long undisturbed in the late Victorian oak frame
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