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David Cox Letters

Identifier: SC 01074

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Letters, 22 January 1838 written by David Cox, the English painter, to an unidentified addressee stating he is behind in his work and will visit as soon as possible and sending regards to "dear pupil"; and letter, n.d., [?] Waley, sending regards from Mr. and Mrs. Cox.

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  • Creation: 1838 January 22, undated

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Biographical Information:

David Cox was an English landscape painter who worked in watercolor. He was a scene painter in and near London, who also etched on copper and painted in oils. Cox wrote books on art. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .


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Processed by Cynthia B. Brown in 1983.

Guide to the David Cox Letters
Finding Aid Authors: Cynthia B. Brown.
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The collection description/finding aid is written in English

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