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Nicholas Pocock

United Kingdom (1740 -  1821 ) Wikipedia® : Nicholas Pocock
POCOCK Nicholas A Squadron Of The Blue Heading Down The Channel Off The Downs

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Nicholas Pocock - Boat Approaching The Coast Tenby Pembrokeshire

Nicholas Pocock - Boat Approaching The Coast Tenby Pembrokeshire

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Lot number: 139
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NICHOLAS POCOCK (1740-1821) "Boat approaching the coast Tenby Pembrokeshire", watercolour, unsigned, bears paper label cutting and "Walker Galleries Limited 118 New Bond Street London" label verso, circa 1962, 41 cm x 55.5 cm CONDITION REPORTS Paper perhaps slightly yellowed, some small marks - a slightly grey mark to the sky, dotted black mark and white mark above right hand hill. Generally good. Unglazed. Large chip to top right hand corner of frame. Frame with general signs of wear and tear.
Nicholas Pocock -  Ship

Nicholas Pocock - Ship

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Lot number: 1237
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Lot 1237: AFTER NICHOLAS POCOCK (British, 1740-1821) FOUR COLORED SHIP ENGRAVINGS. All engraved by R & D Havell. Plate 1 - 4 showing the battle between the frigate Java and frigate Constitution. All housed in black mats with gold edge SIZE: Sight: 19" x 22". Overall: 25" x 18" CONDITION: Very good 49745-13
Nicholas Pocock - Travellers On A Track With Cattle By A Stream, Beside A Bridge, A Castle Beyond

Nicholas Pocock - Travellers On A Track With Cattle By A Stream, Beside A Bridge, A Castle Beyond

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Lot number: 157
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Lot Description Nicholas Pocock, O.W.S. (Bristol 1740-1821 Maidenhead) Travellers on a track with cattle by a stream, beside a bridge, a castle beyond; and A river landscape with an angler and cattle on a bank the first signed and dated 'N.Pocock/1789.' (lower left) both pencil and watercolour on paper 16 ½ x 23 ¼ in. (40.9 x 59.1 cm.) (2)a pair Provenance Almost certainly acquired by the Ker family, Portavo, Co. Down, and thence by descent to the present owner.
Nicholas Pocock - A Squadron Of The Blue Heading Down The Channel Off The Downs

Nicholas Pocock - A Squadron Of The Blue Heading Down The Channel Off The Downs

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Lot number: 157
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Overview Lot Notes Lot Description Nicholas Pocock, O.W.S. (1740-1821) A Squadron of the Blue heading down the Channel off the Downs signed and dated 'N Pocock/1813' (lower right) oil on canvas 20 x 29 in. (50.8 x 73.7 cm.) Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report Exhibited London, N.R. Omell, Exhibition of Marine Paintings of the 18th, 19th & 20th Centuries, no. 1 (year untraced). View Lot Notes >
Nicholas Pocock - View Of Tenby Between Castle Island And St Catherines

Nicholas Pocock - View Of Tenby Between Castle Island And St Catherines

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Lot number: 508
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Nicholas Pocock (British, 1740-1821) View of Tenby between Castle Island and St Catherines watercolour 20.3 x 29.5cm (8 x 11 5/8in). together with a watercolour by the same hand depicting idlers on a beach, believed to be at Portishead Point, signed and dated 'N.Pocock/1788' (lower left), 19.5 x 28cm (7 3/4 x 11in). (2)
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